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Discussion in 'Tech-Talk' started by JJ119, Oct 9, 2020.
And they come with a free beer!
Thanks!!! Just made life a whole lot easier for me.
These all look excellent but being a cheapskate I use rubber washers from the hardware store for $.17 each! So far so good on my Tele.
The only problem with grolsch washers is you gotta buy and drink the beer.
I use schallers on all my guitars except the semi hollows that mount behind the neck.
The little ball becomes a sort of pressure point.
I have a separate strap for those, but no straplocks yet. I was looking at the daddario ones. The fender squeeze ones do as well.
Well... you could pour it in the planter....
But you can buy a bag of 100 on Amazon for $15, so you don't even need to buy the beer.
I set my straps up with three Schallers on each strap (3 straps) so I can use them on both styles of guitars. The two locks on the front bout and one on the tail strap. Looks like this
That looks like I'd scratch the heck out of my stuff with that setup. Lol
I've had my OG schallers on my OG strap
Cool! Good to know.
Do I look up grolsch washers? I know it cant be that easy
I've been using that setup for about 8 years now and no damage at all. Even to my Breedlove, no damage. It just seems to work for me.
It works well for me. When using the reversed lock the guitar hangs about 1 inch higher than if it were the forward lock. I just don't need tk twist the strap. As I said earlier. No scratches from them on any of my guitars after years of use either. The 2 locks are about 2 inches apart.
Just because something costs more doesn't mean it's better.
IMO it's best to make use of the original straps buttons.
I've tried a handful of different strap lock styles & my Bass player several more. There's always something I didn't like. Some loosen over time, some are noisey, some just too bulky.
All are gone & the simple washer is all that's needed. I've not tried the rubber washers but see no reason they aren't also just as good.
Never seen nor heard of that
Thank You @ibdrkn1
I use them on all my Gibsons. I find I don't really need anything for my Fenders but of course it'll fit them too.
Might even be a little cheaper from Amazon.