Featured RighOn! Products
Featured guitar straps from RightOn! Featured bass guitar straps. New straps for guitar and bass, accessories for bass, guitar and ukulele ...
J-PAISLEY VELVET Blue
J-PAISLEY VELVET brown
J-PAISLEY VELVET Burgundy
J-PAISLEY VELVET Red
LEGEND BM BOHEMIAN
T-PAISLEY VELVET Blue
T-PAISLEY VELVET Brown
T-PAISLEY VELVET Burgundy
T-PAISLEY VELVET red
When purchasing or buying a guitar strap, we have to consider the following factors:
Width: Obviously, the heavier our guitar is, the wider the shoulder strap should also be (usually between 4 and 8 centimeters). Many straps, almost all RightOn! straps have a high-density latex padding that makes them very comfortable.
Length: Virtually all straps are adjustable, but, just in case, to know what the range of adjustment is we need to measure the distance from one button to another across the shoulder, the easiest way is that if you already have a strap, measure the distance on this strap.
Comfort: this is a key factor, but also very subjective. Some people prefer padded straps, while others are comfortable with a simple flat, unpadded shoulder strap. It depends on the individual. The strap should be comfortable for us, so before we decide, we should try it on our guitar or bass. With a comfortable and padded strap you will avoid some characteristic pains of those who use very heavy instruments, or simply with the passage of time the body takes its toll.
Materials: very important, we must take into account the resistance of the material to tension, to humidity... if we sweat a lot, for example, perhaps a strap made of synthetic materials will suit us, since leather is a champion of absorption and of transmitting humidity to the instrument, in the case of a synthetic strap it is even possible to put it in the washing machine. Once again, it will depend on our needs and the characteristics of our instrument, but in RightOn! we care about this and both the padding material is minimally absorbent and the microfiber that accompanies some straps repels moisture to a high degree.