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How to measure for your new Leather guitar strap at Backstreet Leather
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Guitar Straps

Our standard guitar strap style is adjustable in length. The hole on one end can be as much as 47 inches or as little as 36 inches from the hole on the other end. If this range will not work for you, please include the length you need when you order.

Measuring for your new strap - For an electric guitar, stand holding your guitar in the position you like best when you play, and have someone measure from where the strap will connect on the back end of the guitar, over your shoulder to the connection on the front.

For an acoustic guitar, stand holding the guitar as you would when you're playing, and have someone measure from the connection at the back of the guitar over your shoulder to the nut on the neck of the guitar.

 

 
 
 
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