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This guitar strap is dedicated to the basement of the Big Pink house where Rick Danko, Richard Manuel and Garth Hudson of The Band all lived in West Saugerties, New York, located at 56 Parnassus Lane. During 1967, the guys fine tuned their sound with their guest, Bob Dylan, and in 1975, their recordings, The Basement Tapes, was officially released.
Made with reclaimed vintage fabric in a delicate rose 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.
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