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    Default Tremolo straps

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    I’ve purchased straps for several of my instruments from Tremolo Leather Company’s ETSY site. She’s got a bunch of different styles, some made from vintage ribbon she finds and some that just look vintage. All are very unique.
    Pictured are my “homemade” resonator plectrum guitar that started life as a Recording King 6 string, my self-distressed Tyler White #9 mandolin, and my “homemade” Gilson tenor that started life as a Yamaha 3/4 size 6 string. The straps make them all look better!
    It ain't gotta be perfect, as long as it's perfect enough!

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    Default Re: Tremolo straps

    Yes, really nice straps https://www.etsy.com/shop/TremoloLeatherCo

    I have to admit i clicked because I wanted to see how a strap could make tremolo picking easier/faster/cleaner!
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    Default Re: Tremolo straps

    Haha! I hadn't thought of that, but I guess it works!
    It ain't gotta be perfect, as long as it's perfect enough!

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