DiMarzio ClipLock DD2200 (Black)Item ID: DD2200BK
2"-wide Heavy-duty Lightweight Nylon Guitar Strap - Black
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A Lightweight, Strong, and Dependable Guitar Strap!The DiMarzio ClipLock DD2200 Quick Release guitar strap offers superior strength, durability and comfort. Its smooth yet tough nylon construction allows the 2"-wide ClipLock DD2200 to slide freely, giving you a comfortable and natural playing experience. Although it's very light, this strap is made to handle up to 150 lbs.! DiMarzio Quick Release guitar straps come in several great colors and allow for adjustments from 43" to 63". Steve Vai, Yngwie Malmsteen, Joe Satriani, and a host of other guitar greats use DiMarzio ClipLock straps, so you know you can depend on the ClipLock DD2200!
DiMarzio ClipLock DD2200 Quick Release Nylon Guitar Strap Features:
The DiMarzio ClipLock DD2200 strap gives you comfort, reliability, and playing peace of mind!
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Reviewsbased on 7 reviews
by Dennis from MichiganI've used DiMarzio Cliplocks since 1986. They are well built, comfortable to wear playing for long sessions and are on everything from my children's guitars to my vintage equipment. My guitars have no... read more [+]t experienced any damage from the cliplocks and I do not use their instructions. In fact, the strap I purchased in 1986 still works with the original hardware that came with my favorite guitar from the same year. close [-]
January 23, 2013
Music Background: Hobbyist
DiMarzio ClipLock DD2200
by Steve Adrews from Denver, CO.Easy to install using provided hardware. Instructions were straight forward.
August 17, 2012
Music Background: Hobbyist
best bang for the buck
by Mike from United StatesBack in my metal days (how I miss the 80s), I got this strap so I could sling my guitar around on stage ala Yngwie. Now that I've matured a bit, this is still my go-to strap for new guitars, and the o... read more [+]ne I put on my 80s axe back in the day is still going strong. Sure, there are strap locks, but they look like ugly pimples poking out of your guitar. And, personally I really like the nylon material that's used for this strap. It's smooth enough that adjusting the length of it is very easy, but the strap is also well designed enough that it stays in place. It's also very comfortable for me, whereas I dislike leather straps, both in terms of comfort and in terms of how much of a pain it is to adjust the length of leather straps. The concept of the clip buckle is sheer genius; the strap is 100% reliable and your guitar will never fall on the stage.
July 16, 2012
Music Background: 25 years playing experience
I also kind of like this DiMarzio strap as a fashion statement of sorts; it's completely no-nonsense 100% functional, no glam aspect to it at all. It says that you are a serious player that focuses on playing, not how sexy your strap is. close [-]
by O. Watrin from Dallas, Tx.This is the only strap I've used on my guitars for the last 15yrs. All others are inferior to say the least.(and to be able to post this w/o using profanity)
March 17, 2012
Music Background: Guitarist, Engineer
by fromI have this strap on my two main guitars. The buckle has never dug into my side (no, I'm not overweight), nor have they worn away at my guitar. It's comfortable, durable, stays on, and does the damn j... read more [+]ob it was designed to do. If you want a fancy leather strap then get a fancy leather strap if it'll help ease the drudgery of playing the 6+ hours a day all professional musicians are required to perform. close [-]
October 13, 2012
Johlene, Richmond, KY