Leather Guitar Strap, Bass Guitar Strap, Padded Guitar Strap, Rock Guitar Strap, Rocker Guitar Strap, Gift for Guitarist, Burnside

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Led Zeppelin’s heavy-footed take on James Brown, “The Crunge”, clearly wasn’t
recorded in Portland. Not only would Plant have easily found “that confounded
bridge”, one preening backbend too far over his bellbottoms and he’d have
tumbled off any number of them, straight into the Willamette River.

Bridge City, baby.

Speaking more to Jimmy Page’s stretched-low guitar strap swagger, we bring you
Burnside, our tribute to those weathered hunks of rusting metal straddling the
town’s central tributary like a hasty burst of staples punched in by some
gigantic colossus the likes of which Plant rhapsodized about in his weirder,
J.R.R. Tolkien-esque lyrics.

Bridges, after all, are indispensable and transporting — in music as well as
daily life. As a practical matter, every guitar strap is a bridge connecting
player and instrument, with load-bearing capacities that similarly depend upon
the quality of construction, materials, and design. And if you don’t think a
guitar strap affects tone, perhaps you haven’t played a third encore after
nearly as many hours wielding a 50’s Les Paul. Not that it actually matters
how, where, what, or why you play. Every shared bridge still serves singular

And, of course, music itself is the ultimate bridge. Between people. Between
cultures. Between generations and eras. Between the heart and the feet. Between
ourselves and our emotions. Between our imagination and our potential. Between
one inspired artist and millions of listeners across countless places and
moments in time.

Structurally speaking, the bridge, or middle eight, is nearly always the most
transcendent part of a good song — emotionally lifting us up before dropping us
back down on the other side; escaping the chorus-verse field of gravity to grab
us by the collar and say, Look around. Take in the view.

Be here now.

Whether stairways to heaven or highways to hell, the guitar is our most
reliable bridge there and back. And Burnside salutes players traversing those
passages propelled by their sweat, soul, and fingers.


All Anthology guitar and bass straps are hand-made with the absolute finest
quality full-grain leathers in the world. Our leathers are chosen for their
ability to fully distribute the weight of the guitar across the strap, for a
more comfortable playing experience on those long gigs.

Our straps are not only great looking; they're also super-comfortable. Between
a top layer of rugged full-grain leather, and a bottom layer of ultra-soft
full-grain leather, we use a high-density, premium padding, to maximize comfort
without sacrificing strength. We give the guitarist the best of both worlds, a
streamlined padded guitar strap. Comfortable and durable with style!

Even better, we use only the strongest industrial grade threads, the same
threads used to make parachutes and airbags. That's strength you can trust.

To top it off, our leather burnishes and beautifies with use. All of our
straps have their natural marks, scrapes and scars, which means they have loads
of raw, rugged personality.

Width: 3"

Length: Standard - adjusts from 39" - 54"

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