CLASSICAL and ACOUSTIC guitar straps
Classical and acoustic guitar straps
Straps for classical or acoustic guitars, Spanish guitar or acoustic bass, or instruments that do not have a pin to hold a conventional strap.
This system that is used, either with one hook or two hooks, holds the instrument securely in place making it easy to perform standing up or sitting down, as is the case with the two hooks strap, it allows the instrument to be attached to the body, without the need to hold it with your hands. You can read the article about the characteristics of these guitar straps in our blog
Classical Dual Hook Black
Classical Dual Hook Brown
Classical Dual Hook Havana Brown
Classical Dual Hook Rumba Brown
Classical Dual Hook Taranta Black
Classical Hook Black
Classical Hook Brown
Classical Hook Havana Brown
Classical Hook Rumba Brown
Classical hook Taranta Black
In the world of classical acoustic guitars, also known as Spanish guitars, as well as flamenco guitars with nylon strings and some acoustic guitars, it is common for them not to be equipped with pins, pegs, or buttons to attach a traditional guitar strap. Therefore, if you want to play the guitar while standing instead of sitting, you will need specific straps for this type of pinless guitar.
The guitar pin is typically located on the back of the guitar, at the widest part of the sides, right on the sides' divider, and it may or may not have a pin on the heel of the guitar. This is not a standard feature, and each manufacturer or luthier may choose whether to install these pins.
While classical acoustic guitars usually lack strap pins, there are alternative solutions such as strap systems that don't require pins. These straps are typically attached around the guitar's neck and offer a secure and comfortable way to play the guitar while standing.
When choosing a guitar strap for a classical acoustic guitar, it is important to ensure that it is specifically designed for this pinless guitar type. This way, you can enjoy a comfortable and worry-free playing experience as you move around and play your classical guitar.