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Choose a Different Pattern Banjo Strap

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Adjustable from 38 - 58 inches. Request a different length if you are tall or small
Choose your strap width. Leather ends are 3/4 inch wide (fits most banjos)
Made to order. (see How it Works page)

Product Description

Browse the guitar and ukulele straps to select a different pattern for your banjo strap. Most patterns will be available. Write a note in the 'special instructions' field when you are checking out to specify the pattern you'd like. 

All banjo straps by Handmade Straps are comfortable, soft on your shoulder and easy to attach. Custom made banjo straps mean a strap that fits you perfectly and suits your style. Thanks for shopping handmade! 

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  1. best banjo strap ever 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 28th Jan 2017

    I purchased a banjo strap after finding this site. I had been after a cloth strap so that it would be more comfortable and so it would go into the case with the banjo easier and also so that I could find different colors or designs than either brown or black. I ended up finding a pattern in the guitar straps that I liked and had a banjo strap made from it. It's 1.5" as opposed to the 2" version I chose this because I sometimes use the strap over only one shoulder and the thinner straps work better but the funny thing is that at 1.5" it actually handles the weight Of my banjo better than a 2 " leather strap and feels better against my neck and clothing. These straps look amazing on the site but they look even better in person and you can tell that they are made by someone who is passionate about the product. I love that they are American made, being an American myself I feel we need more American products out there and we need to support each other more than ever before. I'm gonna wrap this review up because if not I'm going to keep going until this review turns into a novel. Thank you Amanda for making such a great product and adding some American made variety into the banjo strap world that so desperately needed it.

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