#1
Why do so many of the reviews say it's so comfortable when it's only a 2" nylon strap?
Are they really comfortable or are they reviewers big JS fans?
#2
i love the two i have. i wish they came in a clip-lock strap form. but yea have 'em on both 7 strings and totally loving 'em.
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#3
Really? Do they have some sort of padding? Because I've got a 2" nylon and it sucks.
#4
Really? Do they have some sort of padding? Because I've got a 2" nylon and it sucks.
#5
Maybe they all have really light guitars? I use a 1.5" nylon strap with my les paul double cutaway(light guitar) and its plenty comfortable.
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#6
they're tube straps, which makes a big difference. and if you wait a little while, joe is redesigning them.
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#7
they're tube straps, which makes a big difference. and if you wait a little while, joe is redesigning them.


I much prefer tube straps, they're far warmer and have better dynamics.
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I much prefer tube straps, they're far warmer and have better dynamics.

especially when you crank them. man! super harmonics.
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#9
I've never tried a good nylon strap, so I still prefer my Stephi leather strap!
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#10
especially when you crank them. man! super harmonics.


I personally find I get better harmonics from having the strap longer due to the increased wavelength, although the downside is increased tension makes it feel a little stiffer.

Also, would I get a better tone by swapping the EL34 for a 12AX7?
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#11
Wow, this thread has gone a stray! LOL

I just bought a Dunlop tweed classic strap, and it is quite comfortable. The ends fit the strap buttons TIGHT there is no way they are comming off unless I try to do the 80's spin the guitar around ht neck thing.
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#12
Personally I go with Levis straps. Very comfy and good looking too.
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#14
I play heavy metal and i was wondering if a Spider II strap would make me sound uber heavy?

or a MG maybe?
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#15
what? does a guitar strap afect the tone pah. hey i got a joe satriani strap and it's really comforatble. never need to put strap locks on either
#16
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what? does a guitar strap afect the tone pah. hey i got a joe satriani strap and it's really comforatble. never need to put strap locks on either


yeah it does its the the first thing you need to buy forget amps etc

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#17
This thread is so confusing
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#18
I have a satriani strap and it is ver comfortable. I want another.
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#22
it started life as a flat piece of cloth, was embroidered, rolled up, and the sides were sewn to make it somewhat flat. it probably has some sort of stuffing too.
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#23
Pfft. Modelling straps are so much better, you all should know that.

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I much prefer tube straps, they're far warmer and have better dynamics.


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