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Everything you need to lock your strap to your guitar.

The best way to ensure accident-free performances is to securely lock your guitar to your strap. The Proline Strap Lock provides the confidence you need to give your best performance in any venue.

Proline offers a huge selection of guitar parts, all made with top-quality components, for today's most popular guitars. Whether you're looking to replace a part or jazz up your guitar, Proline has the part you're looking for, at an affordable price. Proline has been proudly supplying top-quality accessories to serious musicians for decades. With a wealth of music industry and customer service experience, they design and manufacture the finest products to meet the needs of today's music professional.

In fact, they hold their products to the highest standards of production to ensure stability, balance and longevity--all at an affordable price. For the working musician, there is no better choice.

FEATURES
  • Easy to install
  • Keeps strap securely on your instrument
  • Fits most guitars with no modifications
  • Compatible with most popular strap locks
  • Includes two strap locks, 2 washers, 2 nuts, 2 strap buttons, and 2 mounting screws
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ProlineStrap Lock
 
2.8

(based on 21 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (4)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (7)

75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Functional (3)
  • Good quality (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

No Best Uses
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    • Experienced (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

ProLine Strap Locks

Having a good set of strap locks is like having insurance on a car. You don't have to worry about an accidental drop, or the strap coming off the button if you jump or...Read complete review

Having a good set of strap locks is like having insurance on a car. You don't have to worry about an accidental drop, or the strap coming off the button if you jump or move around a lot when you play. These ProLine strap locks keep your gear secured in place. They are well made and heavy duty. Also, very easy to install, and give you a peace of mind when playing. They work for any type of guitar, I have these on my Ibanez SRA305 (5 string bass). It's a quite heavy guitar, and these locks support the weight with ease, would recommend this product to anyone.

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Honestly!

Just being honest to the consumer and the ProLine company. I have used Dunlops for years and decided to try something new. I thought the bucket design and the low profile were nice features...Read complete review

Just being honest to the consumer and the ProLine company. I have used Dunlops for years and decided to try something new. I thought the bucket design and the low profile were nice features since the Dunlop Dual-Design locks were too big and held my strap a little far away from the body. I used Schallers which are basically th same but more costly. I have the ProLines on two guitars, and so far they have worked loose from one strap, (I was lucky to have a firm hold on the guitar). And I have had the bucket turn itself downward on another guitar which is not good. I once had Original Design Dunlops and they work great if installed properly. They are low profile they swivel easily and the strap end is held firmly with an E-clip not a nut which can work loose. They also hold the strap closely to the body. I have also heard from other reviews that the button and spring assembly on the ProLines can fall apart. It has not happened to me but one more thing to consider. I will not recomend them to anyone. It is a poorly designed product especially when you depend on them to support your valued instrument.One note: if the screw feels loose on ANY straplock. Fill the screw hole with a toothpick or a sliver of hardwood and a little bit of wood glue. This will help preventing the screw from pulling loose from the guitar body. This is more common with soft body woods because they simply strip loose easier than mahogany, ash, maple or several of the harder body woods.I am going back to using Dunlops. Any design might have it's flaws but I am done trying new straplocks.Another note: Always pull on the strap lock to make sure it is seated correctly and visually check the straplocks to make sure they are not working loose or turning in a bad position.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Absolutely nothing wrong with these things

By Morgan-l.XcI

from Winston-Salem, NC

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Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

I have 4 pairs of these installed on 4 of my guitars all of which have been installed at different times. All of them are in tact and work great. I played in a metal band and these held the weight of my 6 string bass while I went crazy. They were very easy to install. The ONLY problem I've ever had with these is that on my 2 basses, the screw holes are a bit larger than the screws are causing them to be a tad loose. However, there is no such problem on any of my guitars(which come from several different manufacturers). If people are saying these are bad, it must have been a bad batch because they have held my guitars for over a year and I am not easy on them. For the price, there is nothing better.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

WELL.......

By HUNTROB

from Lawrence, Kansas

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Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

Let me tell you little story. Once upon a time, there was a frikin' sick guitarist named Huntrob. Huntrob had a frikin' sick guitar. One day, Huntrob bought these little devices called Proline Strap Locks. He set them to his frickin' sick guitar and everything seemed fine. Suddenly, the Proline Strap Lock took a mind of their own and came loose and Huntrob's frikin' sick guitar lay slain on the stage floor. Huntrob cursed the Proline Strap Locks and walked away frikin' sick guitarless. THE END. My friends, look around you. There are many better choices for you. I would not recommend this guitar to ANYONE!!! Unless of course you would like to end up frikin' sick guitarless. -huntrob

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Terrible

By Matt-RIN2l

from Austin, TX

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Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

I bought these a few weeks ago over the Schallers because they were cheaper and they have been the worst straplocks ever. The Schallers are way better, spend the extra few dollars. The ones I have have broken several times while I was playing, it did not make for good times. Long story short, they're now sitting in a landfill somewhere.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Listen to me.

By Anonymous

from Undisclosed

Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

Do yourself a favour, buy schallers. same design, better durability.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Buyer Beware

By Morblues52

from Goodyear, Az

Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

I bought these Proline strap locks two weeks ago and the second time I gigged with them, one of the buttons came off in my hand, I never found the spring that fits in the button. the only saving grace was that I had mounted them correctly to my strap and the little U shaped connector prevented my $2,000 Gretsch from being dropped.I'm going to try the Schaller model instead.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Do You want broken $500 Les Paul neck

By JP (bass of C.O.A)

from AL.

Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

Dont ever get this, our singer/backup guitar for our band was in the middle of singing a song when all of a sudden the freaken strap lock gives out and cracked his $500 Epiphone Les Paul's neck. He just bought this 2 weeks before this happened. DO NOT TRUST THIS PRODUCT!!!!!!!!

 
1.0

The Strap lock was missing one washer & one nut ??

By BCB

from AZ

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Pros

    Cons

    • Difficult To Use

    Best Uses

      Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

      not complete

       
      4.0

      Good product

      By cogswell

      from detroit

      About Me Experienced

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      Pros

      • Functional
      • Good Quality

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

          I used these for years with no problems, I used on my les paul and they never let me down, bought 6 years ago ...that guitar is long gone but the prolines are still here, look like new and still work great. I am surprised by the bad reviews on here, I wonder if the quality is lower these days or something

           
          4.0

          There right

          By Frankplane

          from Newton,NJ

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          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Functional
          • Good Quality

          Cons

          • None

          Best Uses

          • Backup
          • Concerts
          • Practicing

          Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

          They are not to large like some.

           
          5.0

          ProLine Strap Locks

          By Jet Mac

          from Georgia

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          See all my reviews

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Functional
          • Good Quality
          • Great price
          • Heavy Duty
          • Well Made

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Anytime

            Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

            Having a good set of strap locks is like having insurance on a car. You don't have to worry about an accidental drop, or the strap coming off the button if you jump or move around a lot when you play. These ProLine strap locks keep your gear secured in place. They are well made and heavy duty. Also, very easy to install, and give you a peace of mind when playing. They work for any type of guitar, I have these on my Ibanez SRA305 (5 string bass). It's a quite heavy guitar, and these locks support the weight with ease, would recommend this product to anyone.

             
            2.0

            Honestly!

            By Tim (The Beast) Fausto

            from Rocky Mountains, USA

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            Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

            Just being honest to the consumer and the ProLine company. I have used Dunlops for years and decided to try something new. I thought the bucket design and the low profile were nice features since the Dunlop Dual-Design locks were too big and held my strap a little far away from the body. I used Schallers which are basically th same but more costly. I have the ProLines on two guitars, and so far they have worked loose from one strap, (I was lucky to have a firm hold on the guitar). And I have had the bucket turn itself downward on another guitar which is not good. I once had Original Design Dunlops and they work great if installed properly. They are low profile they swivel easily and the strap end is held firmly with an E-clip not a nut which can work loose. They also hold the strap closely to the body. I have also heard from other reviews that the button and spring assembly on the ProLines can fall apart. It has not happened to me but one more thing to consider. I will not recomend them to anyone. It is a poorly designed product especially when you depend on them to support your valued instrument.One note: if the screw feels loose on ANY straplock. Fill the screw hole with a toothpick or a sliver of hardwood and a little bit of wood glue. This will help preventing the screw from pulling loose from the guitar body. This is more common with soft body woods because they simply strip loose easier than mahogany, ash, maple or several of the harder body woods.I am going back to using Dunlops. Any design might have it's flaws but I am done trying new straplocks.Another note: Always pull on the strap lock to make sure it is seated correctly and visually check the straplocks to make sure they are not working loose or turning in a bad position.

            (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            Pro line strap lock reveiw

            By Tim Grant

            from VA

            Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

            not very good overall everything went wrong went i put this on my guitar just not a good buy in my opinion
            good finish thats bout it
            i was not very pleased with this product it did not fit my epipone les paul standard the screws were to small
            defiatly should be cheaper

             
            4.0

            They work but...

            By Servinhim13

            from Minnesota

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            Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

            I bought these for my fender strat about 2 months ago and they work to keep my guitar from falling out of the strap, however, as i have used it and taken the strap on and off via the release i have noticed that the silver has flaked off and continues to do so. Not a huge thing, just don't expect the color to stay. Also since that has happened now everytime i move my guitar as i play there is a squeak. Again not a huge deal, more of a nuisance as you won't hear it when you are plugged in and playing. They are strong, but again as i said earlier, don't get the specific color you want and expect it to last.

             
            5.0

            Solid Strap Locks

            By Hexumonium

            from Undisclosed

            Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

            So far, this is my first and only set of strap locks. I have been using them for 5+ years with no faults. I am not one of those guitarist who spins their guitar around their neck, but if I was, I would trust these locks to allow me to do that. Make sure that when you install it that the "U Locks" are facing up and properly cradling the peg. If not, the small button will be the only thing holding your guitar up- and it just wasn't designed to do that; consider it a fail-safe.

             
            2.0

            Um, no

            By Nitsud

            from TN

            Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

            I was not very pleased with these straplocks. I was tired of my straps coming off my guitar, so I bought these in chrome. They worked for a little while. But eventually, the strapbutton began to pull out of my guitar. I got a thicker screw, it still pulled out. I tried filling the hole and redrilling, still came out. Basically, if you've got a heavy guitar like a Les Paul, DO NOT get these locks. A longer, thicker screw may work, but I wouldn't risk it.

            (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            knock off crap

            By Thomas Clark

            from WV

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            Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

            not a good product, wouldent even put them on a crap guitar...
            verry poor quality, one was broken at the joint when i took it out of the package
            would cost more than what i payed to send it back...
            if you truly care for your ax, DO Not buy these!!!!!!!!!!!!
            way to overprised for what you get

             
            5.0

            it's about time somebody....

            By A. Smith

            from Seattle

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            Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

            Here are some straight facts about them from a satisfied strap lock user of 10+ years. First, DON'T use the supplied screw - use the original. This assures that you don't strip out the original threading and have things slip and break. The screws that come with them are emergency replacements in my opinion. Also, when attaching the u-shaped part to your strap, aim the opening down the length of the strap, so when you're wearing your guitar the opening is facing UP so if the spring does give way under pressure the u-shaped thing will still hold on to your guitar. I don't trust my Les Paul to a tiny spring, but I do trust it to strap locks. Also, use correct tools to put them on - end wrenches or a crescent wrench, a pair of pliers (covered with a cloth), a properly sized screwdriver, etc. If you don't take your time, of course the results will be bad, but if you do this right, these are some of the best products on the market for preserving the life of your axe live.

            (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            2.0

            Poor design

            By Thomas Lundin

            from Undisclosed

            Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

            They work, but not very well. The way the two pieces sit together is not well designed. They only slide together one way, and it takes two hands to attach and detach. You may have to make new holes instead of just switching out your current strap holders because these locks are actually quite wide at the base and may not fit very well in the guitar straps holders original locations.

            I have the Dunlop Dual style lock on another guitar and they work much better. They snap on straight and are thumb accuated, rather then sliding in from the side with a locking lever held open with your other hand. The price is about the same, and they do the same job so you might as well get one that's a little easier to operate.

            (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            1.0

            busted les paul

            By lpstandard

            from birmingham AL

            Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

            i put these strap locks on my les paul. usually i dont let my guitar hang on me without holding it but the first time i do, the front lock comes loose and the guitar fell and nearly busted the neck off of my BRAND NEW GUITAR!!! but i will say,if they hold they're convenient to put on and take off.

             
            5.0

            Well made and inexpensive, but get your own felt!

            By Roger Bower

            from Colorado Springs CO

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            Comments about Proline Strap Lock:

            Best value for the money I think.
            These are a set of both buttons and locks. They installed easily and look nice, but don't come with felt washers,. Be sure and have some on hand when you install them so if the buttons turn eventually they don't mar the finish. I used a 3/32nd bit to make the holes after marking with an awl so the drill bit doesn't creep.
            Very good quality and finish.
            These are about the same price as just locks or buttons from other brands, but the finish is excellent. The locks will fit most other round buttons as well.

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