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Discussion in 'Electric Instruments' started by krb813, Apr 9, 2020.
Same. Got it on my PRSs
Thanks for the pointer, I haven't seen the S-Locks to this, but I've only put them on two guitars so far.
My 594 DC had the problem you describe, though I think on that guitar I used Dunlops with the stock screw.
Edit: Yeah I know I’m a douche!
Dunlop Dual Design
Old Schaller and a toothpick.
Schallers make me feel safe and secure.
i remove the buttons and screw them back on through the strap. strap locks are a racket.
Never needed to add a toothpick...
My first PRS I installed the Schallers on. Used the original PRS screws, but had to trim the heads down to fit into them.
The new S locks are all one piece. Screw and button are one.
Oh, interesting. Not sure if that's a good thing or a bad thing.
The first strap locks I used, back in the late 70s or early 80s, was a lot like that. It was a leather piece that screwed to the guitar, and had a screw that went through the strap on the other end. You needed a screwdriver if you wanted to take the strap off.
I much prefer being able to easily remove or add the strap when needed. Seems the strap always ends up in my way when sitting.