Handcrafted one-at-a-time and designed to be at your service for many years, these custom leather guitar straps will take on a rich character with age.
This design is simple and comfortable - cut from beautiful full-grain harness leather, and hand-stitched all around. The strap has a removable shoulder pad, and is length-adjustable with a range of 115-135cm (45"-53"). This design is compatible with both electric and acoustic guitars. Several colours/configurations are available, and it can also be personalized with a unique name/monogram of your choice.
Handcrafted one-at-a-time in Toronto, Canada.
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.
The leather guitar strap I ordered from Julian had custom lettering. Everything was as I hoped and expected. Julian was very responsive to my messages. It is an amazing strap. As I already told Julian, my only disappointment is that the leather doesn't have a maker's mark on the underside of the leather validating that it is indeed an authentic work of craftsmanship by Mr. Petti. But my guitar is happy!
I will be a repeat customer...
I bought this guitar strap a few months ea...
I bought this guitar strap a few months earlier. I liked it so much that I had to buy a second one. Enough said....
An absolutely fantastic experience. I paid...
An absolutely fantastic experience. I paid quite a bit for this strap so if there were any expectations, they were high. So satisfied that I will be purchasing an identical strap for my other guitars.
Such a nice gift!
The leather is beautiful, perfect colour and the initials look great! My husband was very happy when he opened his gift. I wish it came with instructions on how to adjust the length etc. I also didn't realize that both ends would need to be attached to a peg. That was my mistake though. We will need to get one installed.