#1
Ok, weird problem. Whenever I play bass, I like to jump up and down a lot. However, my strap locks do not seem to agree with this kind of playing. The strap lock comes loose after a certain amount of jumping. Also, the part of the strap lock nailed into the guitar has come slightly loose over time. I fixed it by screwing it in a bit more.

Two questions. Is there a good strap lock that handles this kind of playing well? And is there any chance of harming the guitar this way (mainly the part of the strap lock nailed to the guitar)?

Thanks.
Equipment:
-Ibanez GIO
-Fender American Standard Strat HSS
-Acoustic Schneider Guitar
-ARIA STB-PB-DX Bass
-Vox VT50AD-XL
-Roland Cube-30 Bass
-Digitech RP-250
-Blue guitar pick
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#4
Whatever locks you use should be screwed in, not nailed in.

Edit: Well now I'm just confused, I re-read your opening post and you said both nailed and screwed. I use the Schaller locks and they withstand all my jumping.
Last edited by Cholas at Nov 1, 2009,
#5
@ thread title
i suggest dunlop strap locks
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