PRS owners-question...

Discussion in 'Guitars in General' started by telecopter, Feb 3, 2008.

  1. telecopter

    telecopter Supporting Member

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    Those strap buttons are so dang big. Do you unscrew them, attach your strap, put them back on, and leave the strap on full time?
     
  2. XKnight

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  3. Tommy Tourbus

    Tommy Tourbus Senior Member

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    I don't agree. I say let him do it if he wants :dude
     
  4. XKnight

    XKnight Member

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    I just answered his question. He is certainly free to do whatever he wants to. I have no special powers to forbid anyone on this forum from doing anything.:rotflmao
     
  5. Glide

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    I answer no too.
     
  6. RJM/rydog2223

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    Strap locks are the first things that go on my new PRS's. Don't want any chance to ding her up!
     
  7. Trego

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    I put schallers on...no problems
     
  8. 02Singlecut

    02Singlecut Supporting Member

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    They're not strap buttons??? They are spare Fender Bass string trees for your bass player when his fall off!!!! :jo
     
  9. alanbass1

    alanbass1 Member

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    +1 on this.
     
  10. atquinn

    atquinn Supporting Member

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    I put on Dunlop straplock buttons and toss the (useless) originals in my parts drawer :D.

    -Austin
     
  11. AaeCee

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    No. You pull, stretch, expand, yank, mistreat the holes in your straps till they beg for mercy, and work them on. Takes a while the first few times but eventually gets somewhat easier. Then of course you can only use the abused straps on your PRS, but they hold like crazy.
     
  12. paintguy

    paintguy Long Hair Hippy Freak Silver Supporting Member

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    That's pretty much what I do.:D

    I love the Prs strap buttons. I even bought more Bass string trees for my other guitars.:NUTS
     
  13. Pietro

    Pietro 2-Voice Guitar Junkie and All-Around Awesome Guy

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    Schaller Strap Locks!
     
  14. Seakayak

    Seakayak Member

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    I leave the strap on.
     
  15. sugarlou

    sugarlou Supporting Member

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    schaller strap locks
     
  16. tremonti

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    Put Dunlop Strap Locks on.....at least PRS doesnt put the smallest buttons on like Gibson. Never understood that?? Gibson buttons are ridiculously small...like they want you stap to come undone????
     
  17. jedistar

    jedistar Member

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    I agree - only other option really is to leave the strap on in the case....
     
  18. guitarstan

    guitarstan Member

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    Ditto
     
  19. moozak

    moozak Silver Supporting Member

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    actually, the PRS straplocks work great and are not hard difficult to use with a strap at all... IF... you do one simple thing...

    (carefully, of course) take a box cutter and lengthen the slit in the strap above the hole... just about 1/4" (do this on each end of the strap).

    after that, the strap goes on as easily on a PRS as it does any other guitar... and, most importantly, it stays on. >>> plus, the same strap will still work for all your other instruments.
     
  20. SW33THAND5

    SW33THAND5 Member

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    i guess that i just never had a problem with them.
     

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