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Daddario 50CT00 Guitar/Bass Strap

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Guitar / Bass Strap

  • High quality guitar / bass strap
  • Material: Cotton
  • Width: 50 mm
  • Adjustable length: 89 cm - 152 cm
  • Extra strong leather ends
  • Colour: Black
  • Made in Canada
Length 152 cm
Width 50 mm
Colour Black
Material Cotton
available since May 2010
Item number 248847
£13.40
Including VAT; Excluding £8 shipping
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Basic Strap
Bobber 15.11.2017
This is a basic, no nonsense guitar strap, simple and neutral looking, durable quality, adjustable length, made from cotton which is comfortable to wear even when sweating on stage. There is no padding, so best for light instruments.
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Just like its sister 50CT01, but black!
fommof 25.11.2019
I had already the white version of that so I already knew what to expect.

Good looking strap (obviously, less fancy that the white one), of good quality , it's not slippery and it's probably on the wide side of this category (which is good because it means, it's more comfortable). Oh, good price , too.

I use them on my main guitars and I recommend them to people that are looking for a simple, practical non-leather strap with discreet looks and great price.
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Decent value and comfortable
Owlied 24.09.2017
I've always preferred cotton or canvas straps to leather or nylon as I've found them to be more comfortable when playing for a long time, particularly if playing heavy guitars like a Jazzmaster or Jazz Bass. The weave on the strap itself is thick and seems very sturdy. One thing that you should be aware of with this is that the buckles and strap end fittings are made of plastic. My other canvas straps have metal buckles which I know are strong; even though the plastic on this strap seems quite chunky and solid, I will be aware of going very heavy if using it live, as I have a fear that those parts could crack under significant strain - this is something that time will tell.
The strap ends seem to be made of a better material than most strap ends and are quite thick. The problem with these ends, as with many cheaper straps, is that the holes for the strap pins are not cut very wide, and so the width of the strap pins pushes the edges of the hole out. This is something that can be amended with an awl or knife, but I'm not convinced that the hold is very strong if I don't make that adjustment.
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Start from this one
nerrinth 07.02.2018
Good strap. Better than nylon one. Way more comfortable.
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