#2
Need more info/pointless thread without details.

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#3
What do you mean high end a $20 strap is fine. Unless of course your doing some crazy guitar spins so no.
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#5
Strap locks are great. I have them on all of the guitars that I play outside my house.
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#6
If your spending enough money on a guitar strap to call it an investment your doing something wrong!
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#7
^Yeah, it's worth getting a good strap, that doesn't mean you pay $200 for it.
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#8
no idiot

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#9
if by "investing" you mean purchasing a designer strap, something that is custom made and one-of-a-kind, than that is your choice. most good-quality straps shouldnt be much over $80 USD. i'm using the levy's boot leather strap, and it is extremely comfortable and durable, which is why i bought it.
#11
I use cheapest I can find, as long as it holds my guitar with the strap locks, should be fine lol.
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