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2 strap locks and buttons with mounting hardware.
Smooth and secure operation.
Adjusts from 38" - 68". 2"-wide polypropylene webbing with a gold Ernie Ball logo and black leather ends.
Detailed with black piping, contrast stitching, and the Levy's logo. 2-1/2" wide. Adjusts from 44" to 53".
Soft and supple, it's beautifully finished with double-ply end tabs and detailed with gold stitching for a...
Exquisitely fashioned with decoratively stitched garment leather, thick foam padding, and a garment leather...
Fits virtually any guitar's existing end pins and stays securely locked in place until you release the side...
Made of ultratough nylon, so you won't lose your guitar during crash-and-burn solos. Adjustable length, 2"...
Fits the existing end pin of virtually any guitar and stays locked in place until you release the side pin.
Super affordable and available in a range of bright colors.
3" wide. Leather ends. Easily adjusts from 47"-63" length. Beautifully embroidered motifs.
Great comfort and craftsmanship.
A guitar strap security system from Fender.
Smooth, luxurious suede looks and feels great.
With a memory-foam core and a Neoprene underbelly, the GS1 is a guitar strap built with your comfort in mind.
Beautifully detailed and shoulder-friendly.
2" Monogrammed Guitar Strap
Is your guitar a pain in the neck? You need Mega comfort.
Straps and strap locks are an essential investment for musicians. Whether you play a guitar, saxophone, mandolin or banjo, a strap is a convenient accessory to have in your case or gig bag. They allow you to play comfortably and also help you avoid the soreness you may experience from playing a heavier instrument. There are a couple of things you’ll want to keep in mind when looking at straps and strap locks. If you’re above average height or on the short side, you’ll want a strap that’s adjustable. This allows you to modify the length for maximum comfort. Material is important too. You’ll find straps made from leather, nylon and suede, just to name a few. Some have patterns and colors while others provide a standard look. No one option is better than the other; it basically just comes down to personal preference. If you’re looking to immerse yourself in the Fender experience, the Fender 2” Monogrammed Guitar Strap is a great choice. It’s adjustable, has extra padding and features a branded design that enhances the overall look of your axe. If the banjo is your instrument of choice, a Planet Waves Embossed Leather Banjo Strap is just one of many options. This strap helps to balance the weight of your banjo while a weave-through adjustable tail ensures your banjo is always in the right position.Once you’ve picked out the strap, strap locks are the next step. You’ll want locks that are simple to install, simple to use and super sturdy. They’ll keep your straps securely in place so there’s no risk of dropping your prized possession. Strap locks come customized for your specific instrument so if you play a Dunlop, the Dunlop Dual-Design Straplok System is something you should check out. The strap button is interchangeable so it can be used on several guitars and the 360° groove and ball design allows the strap to move when you do. The type of strap or strap lock you decide on will depend on what instrument you play as well as your on-stage style. With a large selection to choose from, you’re sure to find a strap and strap lock that’s perfect for you and your instrument.