Guitar Strap

Our custom leather guitar straps are made of 100% cowhide leather. They are handmade and cut by Joe, an old Amish leather man, who has become my friend. He works with heart and a tremendous desire for accuracy.

Each strap’s length is adjustable from an average of 45″ to 59″, making them flexible enough to be used on a variety of instruments, including acoustics, electrics, banjos, tenor guitars,  and numerous other string instruments. Typically, the straps range in thickness from 1/8′ to 3/16′ thick. This makes for a solid lifelong musical carrying companion.

If that wasn’t all good enough, we’ve taken our guitar straps even further by allowing you to decorate them as you see fit. Each strap is hand-etched, scratched, and carved to create a one of a kind guitar strap that you can  show off to your friends, use for your next gig or even pass on to your children. They make great gifts, collector items, and especially conversation pieces. You won’t ever see another strap just like yours because we won’t make another one like it. We’ll make your strap just for you.

Below we’ve posted pictures of some of the straps we’ve created to show you the possibilities in creating a unique guitar strap. Some of them are for sale.

Contact us to order your own customized guitar strap.

Custom Order: Johnny Cash

   

 

Custom Order: Lion of Judah Guitar Strap

Lion of Judah Guitar Strap 5 photo 4 photo 3 Lion of Judah Guitar Strap 1

For Sale: Stars and Stripes

   

Custom Order: Room for Roses

   

Custom Order: The Reneaus

   

Custom Order: Emily Rose

   

For Sale: Butterfly Guitar Strap

   

Custom Strap: Baby’s Name and Footprints

Baby Footprint Guitar Strap 2 Baby Footprint Guitar Strap 1

Anxious to build your own Custom Leather Guitar Strap? Don’t be anxious. Just contact me and let me know what you’d like me to make for you. I’d love to scratch a hide for you!

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