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A guitar strap security system from Fender.
2" Monogrammed Guitar Strap
Retro Fender design with modern enhancements.
Simple and secure.
Classic tweed looks.
Very easy on your shoulder.
Fender monogrammed straps feature Fender's silhouetted Strat headstock design tooled right into high-quality,...
It'll match that cool skinny tie.
Wide design for extra comfort.
Vintage styling with exclusive leather "F" end.
Ultra soft with an exclusive "F" end attachment.
For Fender fanatics.
Fender Road Worn Straps high-quality, fully-adjustable leather straps made for comfort. They're fully...
Although they might not be as famous as Fender's guitars and basses, their straps and strap locks spend no less time in the spotlight. A guitar strap is not only a tool to keep your axe where it belongs when you hit the stage, it's also something that the audience sees the whole time you're playing. That makes the strap as much a part of your stage presence as anything else that you wear when you're up there shredding out the tunes. The first thing you'll want to think about when picking out a Fender strap is the material. Leather is the most popular, and for good reason: it's flexible, strong, durable, and it comes in different varieties and finishes to really affect your overall look. For example, you could use Fender's 1 /12" Suede Guitar Strap when you want to have a stylish look, or the Road Worn Distressed Leather Guitar Strap to have a well-used look from the first performance.
If you're looking for the most comfortable strap for a heavy, high-quality bass, then check out the Fender Neoprene Bass Strap. Or, if you want to really stand out while you're playing guitar, consider the vintage tweed, woven, Hip Trip or monogrammed straps. Compared to leather straps, these have far more freedom for eye-catching designs - something that Fender takes full advantage of.
Once you've got your strap picked out, it's a good idea to make sure it stays put. No guitarist wants to go through the hassle of having an instrument fall off its strap in the middle of an intense solo. To make sure that it stays secure, choose some strap locks or blocks. With confidence that your strap isn't going anywhere, you'll be free to stay focused on the music.
All in all, your guitar strap is an individual choice that's all up to the look and feel that's right for you. Put on a strap that suits your tastes and personal style, keep it in place with Fender's strap locks, and you'll be ready to look and sound great at every gig you play.