There are so many different types of guitar and bass straps that you may be wondering what to buy. This time, I looked for a product with a slightly unique appearance among straps.
Gruv Gear, creates ergonomically designed products, and also makes straps making full use of technology. You may not understand how to use this DuoStrap just by looking at it. An innovative strap that wraps the loop around the cutaway and hangs over both shoulders. An excellent product that not only reduces the burden on the shoulders during performance, but also contributes to maintaining the performance position. Thanks to the excellent padding, you’ll be thankful that your shoulders do not hurt even after a long performance, and it is guaranteed that the strap will be noticed for its unique appearance!
LEVY'S makes straps of various designs, but this one is particularly flashy. This strap with bullets is sure to stand out in a live show! ! It is a particularly recommended book for metal guitarists.
It's simply cute ...
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The color variations include black, brown, gray and white. Relax, men. I recommend it for you as well.
This also includes cats!
Not a muffler for winter! This gorgeous-looking strap is handmade in the United States and is a fashionable piece with outstanding touch, durability and presence.
These are Japanese-patterned straps that will catch your attention! The Japanese pattern is an unusual design for a guitar & bass straps. Foreign-born musical instruments with Japanese-patterned straps ... cool!
There are some unique straps. How were these ones? I felt again that the strap is one item that expresses the individuality of the musician. There are so many strap designs that you can express the image of the music and your world view with the kind of strap you use with your guitar or bass. There are still many functional products that will maximize the performance of the musician. You'll probably find a strap that’s perfect for you. Why don't you look for one at Sound House?