Sand Webbing Guitar Strap:
- 2″ wide cotton webbing strap
- Brown Pull-up leather strap ends – 6″ long
- Adjusts from 36″ – 60″
- Standard 8mm buttonholes
This Sand webbing guitar strap is handmade and carries a lifetime guarantee.
We only use the very best materials as well as vegetable tanned, full-grain leather. All of our leather hides contain natural creasing and markings that the cow gained over its life. It adds great depth and character to the products and, as a result, makes each item unique.
The photos in the gallery are to illustrate what the strap will look like when worn. The colour is for display purposes and may differ to the product being sold.
We quote for 10 working days to cover ourselves during busier periods, don’t forget there are only 3 of us! Having said that we often complete orders sooner than this and if you have a special date you need the product by then please get in touch and we can see if we can squeeze you in.
We ship internationally and FedEx are our chosen parcel protectors. If you live within the United Kingdom then your postage cost is included in the product price. We use FedEx’s 24hr service and you should receive your goodies within two days after it’s dispatched. We do employ the services of the Royal Mail for: Northern Ireland, Channel Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight and some parts of Scotland. This keeps the cost down for these ‘harder-to-reach’ locations but can take up to 3 working days for items to be delivered. Our smaller items are also sent via Royal mail for cost reasons.
The shipping cost is automatically calculated at the checkout and depends on the weight of the products as well as your location. The location will also affect how long the products take to arrive on your doorstep, usually between 3-10 working days.
We use Sage-Pay and Paypal for our online payments. We only accept Visa Debit & Credit and MasterCard Debit & Credit. If you would rather pay over the phone please feel free to give us a call on 01837 811722.
We no longer accept Cheques (If you can remember what they are) and as much as we love being showered in hard currency, we don’t accept cash.