2.5" wide, classic style, leather guitar strap; hand carved in Sheridan Style, Chan Geer, western floral pattern #2"-8A scaled up to fit; with tan antique finish; length adjustable from 48" to 54". This strap is constructed from 10 - 11 oz. Hermann Oak, vegetable tanned cowhide from the St Louis, Missouri tannery. The 1" wide connector straps, also 10 - 11 oz. Hermann Oak, are punched with 3/8" round holes for Schaller, Dunlop or similar strap locks. This is a heavy, very comfortable strap requiring no backside lining. All edges are burnished smooth to a complimentary dark tan color.
The 1" connector straps are mounted to the main strap body separately with screw back conchos, so can easily be changed out when they become worn without need to replace the main strap body which, with heavy use will last many years. Two conchos are used for each end attachment strap providing redundancy for your axes' safety. The conchos and brass buckle can easily be swapped for a different style.
The brass buckle connector is permanently attached to the main strap body with two old school, #9 copper rivets, but the adjuster strap fitting into the buckle is easily replaced if worn. I personally prefer the buckle end of the strap attach to the bottom of the guitar body, but this strap is designed to be worn either way per your preference. Two 3/8" strap lock holes are provided at each connector end primarily so that as one wears, the other can be used to extend the useful life of the connector strap; but this configuration also provides 1" adjustment at each end of the strap to accommodate different guitar shapes.
You'll notice the 1" connector straps thread through two slots at the top and bottom of the main strap body so the main body and 1" connectors move together as one. This strap is built to use and is appropriately suited for any expensive or custom made guitar. The strap is lightly sealed using an Eco-friendly, water based sealer and hand rubbed with OBENAUF's Heavy Duty LP leather preservative (my personal favorite), which both protects the strap and gives it a rich, buttery soft patina.
GRIT COMPANY payment policy is per quoted pricing, ETSY policies and ETSY procedures. Grit Company offers FREE SHIPPING and HANDLING domestically and internationally. Sales tax will be added as appropriate per customer location.
Shipping from United States
FREE SHIPPING is included in Grit Company posted prices. Prices quoted include the item price along with standard shipping and handling costs. Faster does cost more than standard shipping.
Returns & Exchanges
I gladly accept returns, exchanges, and cancellations
Just contact me within: 7 days of delivery
Ship items back to me within: 14 days of delivery
Request a cancellation within: 4 hours of purchase
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Questions about your order?
Please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Returns and exchange details
GRIT COMPANY does not have unsatisfied customers. If for any reason you are unhappy with your purchase of a GRIT COMPANY product, return it undamaged within 15 calendar days and your purchase price will be refunded in full including standard service return shipping.
We tend to process shipments quickly, so if cancelling an order, please help us out by trying to do so within 4 hours. If that isn't possible please notify Bruce as noted below.
Returned items can be shipped to:
GRIT COMPANY UNLIMITED LLC
2177 West Wilson Avenue
Coolidge, Arizona 85128
Phone: 602 750-3740
We guarantee all GRIT COMPANY products including custom orders and will refund the purchase price in full should you be less than pleased upon receipt of your item. We can't however, promise to re-make a custom order that has been returned (which has so far never happened). Our agreement to remake an item would be predicated on the reasons for dis-satisfaction and determination of our ability to understand and meet your expectation. Expectations are sometimes difficult to communicate and it's entirely possible for us to misunderstand what it is you really want. We do our best to take responsibility for these sorts of circumstances. Custom work always requires good communication between customer and shop - it goes with the territory.