Buttons M for S-Locks

Buttons M for S-Locks

From €12.30*

Prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs

available, delivery time appr. 1-3 days Germany, 3-5 days Europe, 5-7 days other countries

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Buttons size M: 22 mm for S-Locks

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Scope of supply

  • 2 x buttons size (4.0 x 22 mm), standard size
  • including felt washers

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Special

  • The S-Locks "Silent Feature": No more rattling in combination with S-Locks Strap Buttons, Locks and Lock-Wheels.

The S-Locks new strap button   

  • new and unique one-piece construction, easy to install via 3 mm (1/8") Allen key.
  • special 4 mm wood thread in S-Lock size M for maximum grip. Optionally available in sizes S (3.5 mm) and L (4.5 mm). Please refer to the installation instructions in the description below for size specifications.
  • hardest steel for maximum wear resistance and safety
  • including high-grade felt washers to protect your instrument

One strap for several instruments

Choose from more matching strap buttons in different lengths here:

Strap Buttons size S: male thread 3.5 mm, inside 2.4 mm, length 18 mm
Strap Button size L: male 4.5 mm, inside 3.2 mm, length 27 mm

  • We recommend choosing the strap button first to match the size of the existing hole in the guitar.
  •  If the hole is too big or too small, please choose a different strap button or reduce, close, re-drill or extend the hole.
  • If necessary, countersink separately in the area of the outer lacquer layer to prevent the lacquer from flaking off when screwing in the strap button.
  • Carefully screw in the strap button into the wood and, if it is too tight, unscrew it again and gradually drill up the drill hole.
  • If the strap button is too easy to screw in, then reduce or close the hole and drill again appropriately.
  • Tighten the strap button "hand-tight" to the instrument body. Do not continue by force. The wood may break, flake off the paint and tear off the strap button.

» Please check the secure fit of the strap button in the wood regularly and retighten the screw if necessary or reduce or close an enlarged hole as described and re-drill.