#1
Hi all

I bought a bass a few months ago and it has Grover eagle straplocks on it, which have been brilliant but now one of the screws has come loose under the straplock. Not sure if i'm being thick but can't figure out how to get them off - does anyone know how to remove them?

Picture here:

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Thanks to anyone that can help
Gear:
SQ Custom 1, Washburn G-JRVs x3, Yamaha ERG121C, Samick Interceptor, Encore Acoustic, Vintage 5 String Bass, Unbranded Red Bass.
Line 6 SpiderII Halfstack, Laney/Carlsboro Halfstack.
Crybaby,Whammy,Flanger,Stage Tuner,Tremolo,Bass Overdrive
#2
Aren't those the kind that have the eagle as the nut so you have to twist it to get it off? I might be wrong and you might end up breaking the bird if I'm wrong
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#3
Yeah its ok I got it now, two pairs of plyers and lots of swearing i got it, thanks
Gear:
SQ Custom 1, Washburn G-JRVs x3, Yamaha ERG121C, Samick Interceptor, Encore Acoustic, Vintage 5 String Bass, Unbranded Red Bass.
Line 6 SpiderII Halfstack, Laney/Carlsboro Halfstack.
Crybaby,Whammy,Flanger,Stage Tuner,Tremolo,Bass Overdrive