Vintage Guitar Strap in Park Avenue South

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This guitar strap is dedicated to Max's Kansas City, a nightclub and restaurant at 213 Park Avenue South in NYC. Historically and socially important, this venue was a popular watering hole for the beatniks, Andy Warhol and his gang, musicians, composers, artists, writers & poets, and every other marginalized creative in the city. In 1975 Max's reopened to become one of the birthplaces of punk rock with bands like the New York Dolls, Patti Smith, the Ramones, the Heartbreakers, Television, Blondie, Talking Heads, Sniper, the Dictators, the Cramps, Mink DeVille, Misfits, Little Annie, the Fleshtones, the B-52's, the Bongos and Klaus Nomi, as well as out-of-town bands such as the Runaways and the Damned.

Made with reclaimed vintage fabric in a black and gray 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.


Category: Vintage

Type: Guitar Strap


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