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Dunlop D3819BK Black Grommet Strap
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- The Grommet strap is industrial-grade, hardcore rock and roll that will last for years to come.
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|Item Dimensions||2.4 x 15.5 x 1.1 in||0.1 x 30 x 2 in||—||—||—||—|
Dunlop D38 Classic Woven Guitar and Bass Strap - Black with Grommets
The D38 series features easy adjustment custom-designed buckles, patented Comfort Edge webbing, extra-long strap lengths, 100% leather ends, and bold, original jacquard woven and poly-woven designs. The 2" width and Comfort Edge design combine to provide superior comfort even with heavier guitars and basses. Adjustable from 38"-65" insures that your guitar or bass can rest exactly where you want it.
Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc.
Located in Benicia, California, Dunlop Manufacturing, Inc. was founded as a small, family-owned and operated company in 1965, and has since grown to be a leading manufacturer of electronic effects, picks, capos, slides, strings, and other musical instrument accessories. Dunlop is the home of such legendary products as the Crybaby wah and Tortex picks.
- Patented Comfort Edge design provides superior comfort even with heavier instruments
- 2" wide, and adjustable from 38" - 65" insures your instrument rests exactly where you want it
- Original jacquard woven and poly woven designs for a cool, unique look
- 100% leather ends provide strength and durability you can trust
- Black with Grommets
Top customer reviews
Great strap, no surprise that I've bought the same one over and over.
Average length straps put the instrument in an uncomfortable position at full extension so i have bought a few extra long straps, Including the ernie ball long strap, and so far this is my favorite.
it's got twice or more the meat and body of most synthetic straps so it will stay flat against your shoulder which is nice if you've got sensitive skin there.
It's plenty long for me to hold the bass any way i like.
Basically i like it a lot, and I'd buy it again. Might buy another for another instrument.
Beyond that, it's fairly nice. It's somewhat difficult to find a cheaper, non-custom guitar strap that lets out more than 53-57". I'm 6'2 and play my electric guitar sort of low. Not Mike Ness/James Hetfield low, but lower than average straps will allow. (probably around 59-60") 65" is more than enough to make sure I can play my Les Paul comfortably. The strap is thicker than most nylon straps, and I haven't noticed any stiffness, so maybe that issue has been addressed. (or maybe my definition of stiffness is different. To me, it feels like a thick, soft seat-belt.)
Aside from the "sandpaper" issue, the leather ends are thicker than most straps I've used (not by much, but noticeably)
I'd say that for the price you're getting a lot, especially if you need a strap capable of going 60" or longer
I've played his guitar with this strap and if feels secure. The materials are durable and comfortable.