Guitar Strap Cotton-Club is a 5cm wide guitar strap easy to carry, for guitarist and learners. Adjustable design, very versatile and can be use in acoustic, folk guitars and electric guitars and also other instruments.
Cotton-Club is a classic strap with metal slide for guitar and bass, 5cm wide and made with high quality fabric, with "art deco" motifs printed on the fabric. Lightweight, durable and very versatile, both for expert guitarists and beginners. It has a plectrum pocket at one end of the strap.
Triglide, allows the adjustment of the length of the strap for a proper adjustment to your height and the instrument. Its good construction also allows the strap to be durable. Easy to fold and store in the gig bag of your instrument. Designed by Pau Monteagudo inspired in the last century 20s and "art deco"
The Cotton Club was a New York City nightclub located in Harlem on 142nd Street and Lenox Avenue from 1923 to 1935, then briefly in the midtown Theater District from 1936 to 1940.
The club operated most notably during the United States' era of Prohibition.
The club was a whites-only establishment, but featured many of the most popular black entertainers of the era, including musicians Fletcher Henderson, Duke Ellington, Jimmie Lunceford, Chick Webb, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Fats Waller, Willie Bryant; vocalists Adelaide Hall, Ethel Waters, Cab Calloway, Bessie Smith, Aida Ward, Avon Long, the Dandridge Sisters, the Will Vodery Choir, The Mills Brothers, Nina Mae McKinney, Billie Holiday, Lena Horne; and dancers Bill Robinson, The Nicholas Brothers, Charles 'Honi' Coles, Leonard Reed, Stepin Fetchit, the Berry Brothers, The Four Step Brothers, Jeni Le Gon and Earl Snakehips Tucker. At its prime, the Cotton Club served as a hip meeting spot, with regular "Celebrity Nights" on Sundays featuring guests such as Jimmy Durante, George Gershwin, Sophie Tucker, Paul Robeson, Al Jolson, Mae West, Richard Rodgers, Irving Berlin, Eddie Cantor, Fanny Brice, Langston Hughes, Judy Garland, Moss Hart, and Jimmy Walker, among others. ( Wikipedia)