HA! These threads have been fun. What about it, anyone have enough straps? Two things affect my strap purchases: I am cheap (but appreciate good stuff) and don't automatically do things the old ways. Instead of a permanent strap on each guitar I like to remove them before I put my guitars into their cases, no worry of the strap marking the finish but even better is that I can roll up the strap and jam it somewhere where it might help keep the guitar from moving around inside the case. On some (often T-types) I put it between the headstock and end of case to stop that movement, sometimes between the body and the case divider, etc., wherever I think it might help. Strap Locks allow that to happen, I've been buying the Dunlop as they are cheap and work great (and recommended by pros). On sale for only about $12 a set and you can buy just the buttons ($7) to add to new guitars and save $$$ there. And when you can easily switch straps you can buy only one if you want, how cool is that? Save a ton of money that way. I own 18 guitars but only about a dozen straps as I can play any combination I want. I have collected a few special straps that work especially well for one guitar, e.g. I bought a pair for over $115 (Italia Leather Straps, on sale) that are worth the money as I can use them on any of my guitars. One 4" wide Italia Strap for my Epi full-weight LP that really makes it much more comfortable and a 3.5" that looks fantastic with my Gibson LP. And BTW the Italia Straps (a sponsor of this site) are handmade and absolutely top quality materials and workmanship! Beautiful, could not be better! Fender sells a Tweed vintage strap that looks perfect on my Butterscotch Blonde '51 Pawn Shop (S-type). My avatar pic shows a Slick strap from GFS that looks amazing with my G5129, especially because the patches reflect the rank I earned while in the Navy. GC had some economy Perris 2.5" Black straps that are real leather for only $15 each. The inner surface is rough and grippy for guitars that may try to neck-dive. Perfect for this Dean Boca 12 and the only guitar I've not used locks on, the Martin strap adapter is the only way to balance the weight of the heavy neck/headstock. This orange Gretsch looks fantastic on my Walnut Stain G2622. What about you? How about some pics of your best combos!