2. Straps & Strap-locks
A guitar strap can be highly personal choice. Straps are available in many materials and designs common favourites being black leather and
Tweed1) A distinctive type of hard-wearing woven wool fabric traditionally produced in Scotland and Ireland. 2) General term for Fender guitar amps from the 1950s (and reissues) which used herringbone tweed as a covering material.tweed
. A wide, padded leather strap can help distribute the weight of a heavy guitar such as a Les Paul and avoid the feeling that the strap is cutting into your shoulder. Some straps are continuously adjustable in length while others are adjusted by adjusting the placement of a buckle.
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BassThe lowest part of the audio frequency range; in popular music, a (generally) rhythmic, low frequency melodic line emphasising the root notes of the chord progression.bass
Replacement Security Locks
Strap-locking devices are a very cheap and effective way of securing your instrument when its in use. Many different methods are currently available, and most of them take mere minutes to install.