DiMarzio Nylon ClipLock Neon Guitar Strap
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A guitar or bass strap with locking clips that allows you to unclip from your guitar quickly or switch between guitars easily.
DiMarzio ClipLock Guitar Straps were the first to feature the heavy-duty plastic clip for quick and easy changes from guitar to guitar with a little fingertip pressure. It is probably the most secure and unique fastening method available to safeguard your guitar. ClipLock Quick Release Guitar Straps have been used for years by Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Yngwie Malmsteen, John Petrucci, and many other professional musicians.
DiMarzio Nylon ClipLock Guitar Straps come in cool neon colors, are 2" wide, and adjust in length from 43" to 63" (measured between the strap buttons).
Nylon was DiMarzio's first choice for ClipLock Quick Release Guitar Straps. DiMarzio chose automotive seatbelt material for its comfort, strength, and durability. Unlike inexpensive polypropylene, nylon has a smooth, satin feel, so your guitar slides freely during performance.
The ClipLock guitar strap's fabric conforms to your body and adds a new level of comfort, yet it is strong enough to hold over 150 pounds.
DiMarzio ClipLock Guitar Straps are an industry standard for strength, security, and quality. They attach securely to your guitar with 2 sturdy bushings and their extra-long screws are sized to fit the strap bushing screw holes on most electric guitars and basses.
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Comments about DiMarzio Nylon ClipLock Neon Guitar Strap:
The strap is not as great as some make it out to be. People who play their guitars high will have problems because the plastic bit that adjusts the length of the strap will be probably digging into your shoulder, so there goes comfort. But if you like to play low, I guess its pretty comfy. However, this strap was made to protect your guitar from FALLING, not comfort, so you really can't blame DiMarzio. Now, the reason why I capped 'falling' was because the clips WILL in fact, scratch your finish at the bottom of your guitar. Again, it does a heck of a job keeping the guitar up, but will hurt it in another way. A remedy for this is to cover the clips in some foam sheets you can buy from Walmart. All in all, an amazing strap for doing what its supposed to, but not for your every single needs.