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Thread: Straplocks with SE Angelus Custom Acoustic/Electric?

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    Straplocks with SE Angelus Custom Acoustic/Electric?

    Does anyone know if I could use straplocks with the SE Angelus Custom A/E? I have played a non-A/E Custom but don't know where the cable connection is on the A/E version. Still isn't in my hands yet.

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    I looked at some pics on the Bay and it looks like yes you can use strap locks. the jack is separate from the strap button. not one of those combo ones.
    2012 SE Custom 24

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    The jack is separate. But the neck pin is in a place where a straplock may be a bit bulky.
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    I picked up the SE Angelus Custom A/E yesterday, brought it home, and installed Schaller straplocks without a problem. I did have to change the strap pins to the ones that came in the Schaller package as the originals had a larger diameter flange.
    2002 PRS Swamp Ash Special, 2011 PRS Hollow Body II, 2013 PRS SE Angelus Custom A/E, 2001 Ovation Collector Edition (Redwood Top), Yamaha FG-340 circa 1981, PRS Two Channel "H", Reverend Hell Hound 40/60 W, Marshall AS50R

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    Just installed Loxx straplocks on mine. They seem fine.

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    I recommend these all the time:
    http://lockitstraps.com/
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    Or you can always use the orange rubber gasket you find on Grolsch beer bottles.

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