#1
I am going to buy some strap locks for my Les Paul and I was looking at the Schaller ones cause they are supposed to be good, but the don't look to sturdy. My brother had some proline ones that looked just like the schaller ones that came off easily, I don't want this to happen to my guitar since it just got out of the shop after a strap failure about a month ago. Ive also read good reviews on the Ernie Ball strap lock and this one looks more secure, which one would be better?
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#2
my dad's used schallers for ages, never came off, never failed. I personally use dunlops, they work perfectly too

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#4
i have dimarzio strap locks if that interests you

they work perfrect if you dont mind using clip on straps
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#5
if you don't care about not using your strap i'd just go ahead and get a dimarzio cliplock strap. unless you have a cool strap that you plan on continuing to use then i'd suggest a pair of schallers.
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#6
Nahh I was planning on buying a new strap anyways
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well if lbj pokes his head in here and there's no nuts shit's gonna go doooooooowwwwwwwwwn.



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#7
I think the Schaller style has smaller screws that are more likely to strip out on the heavier LP.

The Dunlops have a bigger screw that gives you a better bite and will split the upper horn on strat style guitars.