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Strapkeeper

Strapkeeper
Strapkeeper
Strapkeeper
Strapkeeper
Strapkeeper
Strapkeeper
Strapkeeper
Strapkeeper
Endpin strapjacks are essential if you want to amplify your acoustic guitar, but the strapnut can be too large to work well with straps. Leather or other stiffer types of straps in particular can come off unexpectedly. This specially designed leather attachment with nylon clip is ideal for attaching your strap to the strapnut. It is easily installed and removed, and will not interfere with the use of standard cables or endpin type preamps. It attaches first to your strap and then to the endpin jack on your instrument. The nylon clip then locks the Strapkeeper in place so that it cannot come off the button. No modification is required to either your instrument or strap.

The Strapkeeper is designed for the typical endpin jack buttons used by Fishman, L.R.Baggs, K&K, Switchcraft and others, but not the smaller diameter jacks found on factory installed systems used by Yamaha, Takamine, Ovation and Taylor Expression system, or the Vintage Jack. (See pics for examples of the different types it suits - strapjacks not included.)

Slide the leather Strapkeeper through the hole in your strap. Fold the Strapkeeper and slip the loops over the endpin strap jack. Push the non-marring nylon retainer into the groove around the end pin jack until it 'clicks'. Finally rotate the nylon retainer so that the opening is away from the guitar strap. Remove the nylon retainer by pulling on its keeper cord. If the retainer is especially snug on your strap jack, push on the open ends of the retainer while pulling the cord.

Strapkeeper
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