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This guitar strap is dedicated to Laurel Canyon, a neighborhood and canyon in Los Angeles, that became popular in the 1960s for its counterculture community of some of our favorite musicians, like Frank Zappa, Jim Morrison, Carole King, The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, Canned Heat, John Mayall, members of the band The Eagles, the band Love, Neil Young, and Micky Dolenz & Peter Tork of The Monkees.
Made with reclaimed vintage fabric in a maroon and blue southwestern design, this strap will stand the test of time. We combined these beautifully designed textiles with classic leather end-tabs and rivets. Finished with a soft-cotton backing and strong, durable hardware. 2” wide / adjusts up to 65” long.
We set out to make the simplest guitar strap possible. This thing is designed to get out of the way and let your instrument shine.... View full product details
A classic herringbone pattern in a dark-brown / black shade. This will look great on any guitar for any occasion. This fabric was woven in... View full product details
This strap is handwoven in Peru according to fair trade guidelines. Each strap is as unique as the artisan that crafted it. Our strap feels great... View full product details
This strap was handwoven in Peru according to fair trade guidelines. Each strap is as unique as the artisan that crafted it. Our strap feels... View full product details