Available in wine (pictured), brown, black, red or navy. The strap is made of two parts: the wider shoulder strap is a comfortable 2 1/4″ wide and the tail piece is 1″ wide. Adjustment is provided by passing the tail through the appropriate slot in the shoulder strap and back on itself.
Also pictured is a bespoke guitar strap bearing the silver boar and white rose, the heraldic charges of Richard III: an example of custom tooling as well the use of pyrography for the motto. And a strap with only painted decoration: a portrait of Django Reinhardt.
Holes are punched in the ends of both the shoulder strap and the tail piece at 10mm (3/8″ in old money) and with a 16mm relief cut (5/8″-ish) which seems to be suitable for a fairly wide range of guitars and strap locks (strap locks not included). If you need a different sized hole and/or relief cut, this can be accommodated free of charge. Please mention this when ordering or enter such information in the ‘Order Notes’ box at the checkout, if buying online.
A highly customisable item; you too could use your guitar strap to demonstrate your allegiance to a particular medieval king or 1930s jazz guitarist… Please get in touch if you’re looking for something out of the ordinary.