Every hide is different, and each one will have its own signature look; range markings, scars, and wrinkles give each piece a unique character. The color examples were photographed under natural light, and they're a good representation of how the leather looks in person, but some variation is always to be expected. With regular exposure to dirt and everyday life, the materials will darken and take on a warm patina.
These straps can also be personalized with short names or initials -any unique message of your choosing. The lettering is debossed using metal stamps, and this process leaves a permanent impression in the leather that won't fade away.
These straps can also be customized with a decorative linear trim. The bold grooves are cut out of the leather, revealing the lighter-colored material underneath. The exact coloring will vary, but the end result is generally a lighter, more subtle shade of the main leather color.
Your custom guitar strap can also be made with 'Chicago screw' rivets -or- a metal buckle (instead of the default triple holes the back end). This option offers improved length precision, and a more streamlined look, but it does not affect the strap's overall size.
Designed for instruments without a secondary strap pin. Instead of a traditional keyhole, this loop add-on will secure to your instrument's headstock, adding 20cm to the total strap length. The narrow section which sits under the strings measures 1.5cm wide, and up to 4mm thick. Please ensure this sizing will work with your instrument, taking into account the extra length required to reach the headstock.
Some electric/acoustic guitars are fitted with an endpin jack that is wider than most regular strap pins. Although the standard keyhole size will work with these guitars, an enlarged keyhole is a better fit.
The standard adjustment range for all guitar straps in the lineup is 115-135cm (45-53"). This sizing works well for most people, but a custom size is always best. Height isn't the only factor -- of course taller players will generally need longer straps, but the instrument's geometry, and playing style will also affect the length.