- Width: 2,75" (7 cm)
- Adjustable Length: 35,43"(90 cm) - 59"(150 cm)
- Material: No leather
- Color: Black, White
RightOn! Straps is pleased to introduce aur first signature strap, the new Paul Turner strap. Its classic design offers the wearer the ultimate in comfort, style and practicality to meet the demanding needs of a professional guitar or bass player.
The new Paul Turner Signature strap features a proven combination of meticulous design and responsibly-sourced, eco-friendly materials. It’s 100% free of animal products and completely vegan-friendly. The strap is 7 cm (2.75”) wide with a length of 95-150 cm, using RightOn!’s distinctive length adjustment system. Manufactured from specially selected premium quality synthetics in either black with white contrast details or white with black, the strap features high-density latex padding for maximum comfort and is lined with soft, durable microfibre, giving it a little grip on the shoulder. There are two integrated plectrum holders, one in the lining and the other at the back for each access. This distinctive and comfortable strap is finished with Paul Turner’s star logo at each end.
Paul Turner has been a professional bassist for more than 30 years, and since 2005 he has been a member of acid jazz & funk legends, Jamiroquai. He is also known for his association with Annie Lennox and has worked with a host of other musical icons such as Tina Turner, Bryan Ferry, Tom Jones, George Michael, Mica Paris and Ruby Turner. His playing style is mainly funk/pop and R&B, influenced by rock and progressive genres.
Paul’s strap design is all about comfort and good looks. He has been using RightOn! Straps for several years for their manufacturing quality, creativity of designs and attention to detail. He says, “I’m so happy with the signature strap. Visually it has some contrast and depth from the woven sections, which look so cool and of course complement the star logo. On a practical level, I get the perfect amount of grip, but I can also move the bass easily and it has the hidden pick holders too.”
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