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D'Addario Planet Lock Leather Guitar Strap - Black

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D'Addario Planet Lock Leather Guitar Strap

2" Wide Suede-backed Garment Leather Guitar Strap with Locking Ends and Adjustment from 35" to 59.5" 

Even though Planet Waves was only in business around four years before D'Addario saw their fantastic potential and acquired the company in 1998, they had already made an indelible impression on the guitar accessory world. Since then, D'Addario has invested tremendous resources into the Planet Waves product lines, including the items that started it all — their guitar straps. The innovative Planet Lock strap-locking system exemplifies their innovative approach, with a ratcheting "guillotine" blade that you can adjust to fit snugly around your guitar's existing end pins. And once you set it, the lock is not going anywhere until you use the same ratchet wheel to release it. The D'Addario Planet Waves Planet Lock 2" Leather Guitar Strap is made with high-quality, soft garment leather with a suede backing for enhanced player comfort and durability, and it adjusts from 35" to 59.5" in length to fit almost any size musician.


  • 2" wide suede-backed garment-leather strap adjusts from 35"–59.5" to fit almost anyone
  • Ratcheting, locking "blade" design won't come loose until you intentionally release it
  • Lock mechanism fits on your guitar's existing end pins; no need to install new pins
  • Suede backing is absorbent and comfortable for long sessions or gigs
  • Strong and soft garment leather looks and feels great and won't mar your guitar's finish


  • Material:Garment Leather with Suede Backing
  • Color:Black
  • Width:2"
  • Min Length:35"
  • Max Length:59.5"
  • Locking:Planet Lock Quick Release
  • Pattern:Plain
  • Manufacturer Part Number:50PLL00


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