Guitar Straps

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About Guitar Straps

Guitar straps are one of those areas where musicians can really express their personalities. They are almost unimaginably varied in design and color. There are so many different styles to choose from.

Many different brands offer electric, acoustic and bass guitar straps. Straps can be as plain or as crazy as you like. Most are adjustable for height, with some being extra long for players with real punk rock attitude.

At guitarguitar, we keep a huge selection of straps in stock. These are available both in-store and online.

Frequently Asked Questions about Guitar Straps

Generally speaking, yes: all guitar straps should fit all guitars. This is true 99.999% of the time. Guitars use a standard size of strap buttons, apart from a handful manufacturers such as PRS. However, even they ensure that a standard strap will fit without any problems. It would be very unusual to come across a strap that does not attach to a guitar and vice versa.
We have a huge choice of straps but here are the main brands: Ernie Ball, Dunlop, DiMarzio, Leathergraft, D'Addario (Planet Waves), Fender, Gibson, DSL, Levy's and Mono.
Good question, but the answer lies as much in fashion as it does in practicalities. Some people want their guitar slung low because it's more 'punk' or makes them feel like Jimmy Page. Who are we to argue?! Other people play in a technical way or are influenced by post-punk bands and love their guitar being really high up on their bodies. The true answer is: wear your guitar where it best allows you to play what - and how - you want to play. If that means up at your armpits then go for it. If that means down at your ankles, more power to you! There is a lot of attitude involved with wearing a guitar so whatever you decide, own the decision and you'll be just fine.
The idea behind DiMarzio ClipLock straps is that you lock the strap permanently into the guitar and then use those buckles to 'take off' the strap (for putting the guitar in a tight case or for display purposes, for example), leaving the ends in place.