Item #: ERN P04600 LIST

Ernie Ball P04600 Super Locks

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Ernie Ball engineered these guitar strap locks to ensure ultimate instrument protection. Ernie Ball Super Locks feature a push-button, quick-release design to provide a safe, complete 360-degree secure connection that keeps your guitar or other instrument close at hand. Positive locking pins ensure that the locks will not release until the buttons are completely depressed. The contoured design prevents accidental release. All Ernie Ball Super Locks are casehardened and steel-plated, making for the most robust and rust-resistant strap lock on the market. Securely fastening buttons mean that Super Locks can accommodate straps without their own locking mechanisms as well.
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Phone:  805-544-7726 Warranty:  6 Month thru Ernie Ball

Product Specifications

Ernie Ball P04600 Super Locks Specifications
  • Material: 
    • Nickel Plated Steel
    • Black Oxide Steel
    • Gold Plated Steel
  • Quantity: 2
  • Pilot Hole Diameter: 7/64"
  • Pilot Hole Depth: 1 1/2"

Customer Reviews

Review: Ryan F. Submitted: 10/11/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


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Best Strap Locks on the Market
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These strap lock rock! The installation can be tricky because the supply screws can be a little long compared to the original hardware. If pre-drilling longer holes scares you, simply try to use the original screws on the Ernie Ball Strap Lock; it will usually work. Either way, these babies stay locked and go off and on with ease.

Review: Jason Shaffer Submitted: 9/27/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


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Hands down,the BEST strap locks on the market.

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I have these on ALL of my guitars. I have been using these particular ones for about 5 years. I own several sets. Every guitar I buy gets a set of Ernie Ball Super Locks. With 3 different color options, there is a set to match any guitar you can dream of. The 4 bearing contact points have never failed. The security these strap locks give my while playing on stage or at home is great. The dual release squeeze buttons prevent unwanted or accidental release of your instrument. I have tried them all and these are by far superior to any others. I hope they never stop making this particular lock system! Best piece of mind you can buy for your beloved guitars.

Review: Lindy Day and Kevin Village-Stone, kevin@whisperinglight.com Submitted: 8/6/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


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Worth the money

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Have tried several brands of straplocks for 30 years and always come back to the Ernie Balls. On stage with sweaty hands, the press in buttons to lock/unlock are far easier to use than the pull out kind. The other design/brand that has a center push-in button works well but also noticed the quality and strength of the mechanism is not as robust as the Ernie Ball's. I have two sets installed on my strap so I can change playing positions on the fly from finger/pick to slap.

Review: Jes Submitted: 6/5/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.


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Product works.

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Next to no chance of your Instrument falling off.

Review: Mase 3 Submitted: 2/19/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Well worth the money!

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The Super Locks are top quality and wont let you down.

Review: Chauncy Runyon Submitted: 12/4/2018

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.

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Must have

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These are a must have for live shows don't want to drop your guitar, sucks u have to drill holes so the screws are deeper but well worth it

Review: Nick Submitted: 11/27/2018

Product Rating4 out of 5 stars.

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Good for the money

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I got these to accommodate a couple new comfy straps I bought for both of my basses. I don’t know if it’s operator error, but the bottom strap lock button seems to pop out from the female coupler button that attaches to the bass. It’s happened twice already, even after checking it tugging on the strap after snapping them together. I dunno if something is sticking and it’s not fully locking, or what. Maybe some dry lubricant on both parts will help remedy that, I dunno. My Dimarzio click lock strap lock kit seems to be more secure and reliable, but those straps are uncomfortable, especially with a heavy bass. We’ll see if I can remedy the issue, or if I’ll return the locks and get something more sturdy.

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