El Dorado Guitar Straps
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Best SellerEl Dorado Durango Suave Leather Strap Cognac/Chocolate
Provides exceptional comfort and legendary "El Dorado" quality made in the USA.$95.00Compare Compare Now site1prodH72109
Best SellerEl Dorado Durango Suave Leather Strap Black/Tan
Provides exceptional comfort and legendary "El Dorado" quality made in the USA.$95.00Compare Compare Now site1prodH72106
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Top RatedEl Dorado Vintage Leather Guitar Strap
Plain, simple, and very fine.$85.00Compare Compare Now site1prod361091
Best SellerEl Dorado Durango Suave Leather Strap Black/Brown
Provides exceptional comfort and legendary "El Dorado" quality made in the USA.$95.00Compare Compare Now site1prodH72108
El Dorado Durango Suave Leather Strap Cognac/Tan
Provides exceptional comfort and legendary "El Dorado" quality made in the USA.$95.00Compare Compare Now site1prodH72107
El Dorado Tooled-Leather Guitar Strap
Rivaling the leather and silverwork of the most elaborate saddles.$165.00Compare Compare Now site1prod361090
Some of the most practical straps on the market are the ones made of textiles, like fabrics, nylon, polypropylene and other synthetics. These straps tend to be very strong and lightweight, with a thin cross-section that makes them easy to bundle up for transport. These kinds of straps can also be incredibly affordable, so if you're a beginner trying to manage your startup costs, something like the Ernie Ball 2" Poly Strap can deliver great quality while going easy on the pocketbook. For the more experienced musician, a full-featured strap like the MONO M80 Betty Guitar Strap could be the way to go - it layers neoprene and memory foam for top-tier comfort, and even has a hidden pocket that's perfect for picks.
Would you prefer a strap with a more classic look? If so, a leather strap might be the answer. These can be simple and plain like the D'Addario Planet Waves Traditional Leather Guitar Strap, or dressed up in fancier materials such as the Levy's Soft Suede Guitar Strap. Some leather straps use buckles for adjustment, while others take a more classic approach with a tailpiece that weaves through slots to set the length. A couple things to consider when choosing leather straps are whether you'd like a shoulder bolster (good for heavy instruments and long gigs), or a strap with embossed artwork for added visual flair.
No matter which strap in this section "speaks" to you, it's safe to call it the right choice as long as it meets your personal criteria. And although the best guitar straps are the ones that are tailored to our individual tastes, that doesn't mean other musicians' opinions can't help you make a decision. So if you're stuck between a few different straps, don't hesitate to check out their reviews to see what other guitarists have to say about them! That's just one more step to making sure the straps you pick out are the right ones for you.