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Congress | Skinny Adjustable

Congress | Skinny Adjustable

Regular price $ 150.00
Regular price Sale price $ 150.00
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McMurray and Blonde's Congress | Skinny Adjustable leather guitar strap is the perfect custom addition to your guitar, be it a heavyweight Gibson Les Paul, lighter Fender Strat/Tele, or anything in between. It took me two years to land on a design loved. Each strap is made from a solid 1” wide strap of Horween Chromexcel leather all the way through the length of the strap. We use a solid brass "conway" buckle, typically used in the equine industry to adjust reins and straps. We call this strap the Congress after one of Chicago’s historic (now closed) concert venues.


Length | Adjustable
Choose from the standard version with 5" of total adjustment or the long version with 15" total adjustment (you will have some strap flopage with the long version)
Strap Width
1" throughout the length of the strap.
Hand cut 1" wide strap. Solid brass hardware. Hand stitched keepers so things stay tight. Hand finished with fully burnished sides.

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Guitars It Fits

Most guitars with standard strap buttons including Fender Stratocasters and Telecasters, Gibson Les Pauls. Strap locks are highly recommended. Options for additional button hole are free of charge.

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Guitar straps for people that want the best

When you were 16, it was okay to have that Ernie Ball nylon stra on your Ibanez strap copy. Now that you have a Custom Shop Les Paul or boutique Tele, its time to upgrade.

made from quality materials

You aren't buying a brand, you're buying history. If you buy a leather item from someone that doesn't mention where the leather is from, that usually means they don't know...because its not worth mentioning. All leather we use is made from US cows, tanned in the US with some tanneries that are 100+ years old.

appreciating the details

Leather edge finishing is almost always overlooked. In all our of straps (except the two "rustic" styles), we double the amount of labor by hand finishing the edges. On the ones we don't, its done intentionally to keep the price low while maintaining high quality components.