Planet Waves 50mm Planet Lock Guitar Strap (Black)Item ID: PW50PLA05
Locking Guitar Strap - Black
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Say "Goodbye" to Dropped Instruments!Planet Waves guitar straps let you play in comfort and style! Available in several colors, styles, and materials, Planet Waves straps are made to last, giving you peace of mind when you strap on your favorite guitar or bass. These straps are available in a variety of materials, including leather, suede, and polypropylene. Whether you're looking for the ultimate in padded comfort, need eye-catching graphics for added onstage sizzle, or want a classic look to match your prized vintage axe, there's a Planet Waves guitar strap that's perfect for you.
The Planet Lock Black is a member of Planet Waves's Planet Lock series. This guitar strap collection features built-in locks to keep your guitar securely in place, so it won't slip out of the strap and fall as you play. The locks fit onto standard strap pins and are built into the strap, instead of the guitar, so you can quickly swap your Planet Lock strap onto other guitars. Play securely — and in style — with the Planet Lock Black!
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The Planet Waves Planet Lock Black guitar strap gives you playing comfort and peace of mind!
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Reviewsbased on 5 reviews
by "L.A. Bud" Allen from Chicago, ILI bought this strap to hold my Traveler Guitar at the right position for practice on the road. It's easily adjustable and the locking mechanism fits nicely on the strap nuts. It's comfortable and is... read more [+] very secure. I'm not sure that it would work as well for a heavy guitar or bass due to the plastic hardware, but for my purposes, it's outstanding. close [-]
November 30, 2011
Music Background: RF Design Engineer & Musician
If you want to keep your Bass or Guitar OFF the floor while you play it ...
by Matthew from Ft. Bragg, NC... you should get this strap!! I have a Squire (it's a rookie's Fender) Bass. The kit came with a fabric strap what had leather ends. I can't count how many times I almost dropped my Bass because of ... read more [+]the poor design that went into making that old school strap!!
September 10, 2010
Music Background: Rookie Bassist
At first I was skeptical about about how a "locking" strap would work. It's kinda hard to explain, but it works REALLY good!! I would recommend this to strap to ANY & EVERY Bassist / Guitarist!! close [-]
A workable locking strap
by fromI bought the Planet Waves Planet Lock to use on my Stratocaster. I liked the idea of not having to install any special gizmos on my guitar that would be proprietary to a particular brand. The lockin... read more [+]g mechanism works adequately, but I found it a little cumbersome to operate and had some trouble adapting to it. The hard plastic end pieces, which are generally leather on a conventional strap, rubbed on the body of the guitar while I was playing. This is not something I can tolerate, so I plan to gift this strap to someone else and install a Strap Lok. close [-]
February 7, 2012
Music Background: Guitarist
Plastic Clips Break
by Benjamin Eddy from Burlington, WADon't go the cheap route to strap-lok's with this wannabe.
January 26, 2013
Music Background: Semi-Professional Musician
The plastic ratcheting ends simply don't hold up.
When they inevitably slip, the larger hole is worse than a traditional strap.
by fromThere are cheap plastic buckles on this strap. I caught my $1000 Les Paul just before it hit the ground. The buckle literally cracked and fell apart.
May 14, 2011
Mario, Indianapolis, IN