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Get'm Get'm Launches Limited Edition “Third Eye” Guitar Strap

Get'm Get'm Launches Limited Edition “Third Eye” Guitar Strap

The “Third Eye” strap features a beautiful 3D painted fabric facing, with holographic glitter details in silver and antique gold.


In addition to the company’s extensive collections for electric and bass guitars, Get'm Get'm, Inc. introduces an exclusive Limited Edition guitar strap inspired by music legend Prince, and his eclectic style: The Third Eye Guitar Strap, available starting 2/1.

Prince wore many of Get’m Get’m, Inc.’s guitar straps for nearly 17 years, most famously the DarkLeopard and Faux Fur styles, before his untimely death in 2016. He graced the cover of Guitar PlayerMagazine wearing their Indochine design, and even featured Get’m Get’m straps in his Paisley ParkHall of Fame book.

Founder and CEO, Virginia Castro, states: “This is something I would have made for Prince if he was still with us today. This strap honors Prince’s legacy, and celebrates the impact he made on the music world and millions of lives..."

The “Third Eye” strap features a beautiful 3D painted fabric facing, with holographic glitter details in silver and antique gold. Includes strong welded metal hardware in a nickel finish, free from poisons and lead, and is lined with quality nylon webbing for durability and comfort. Latigo black leather tips ensure your guitar is secure, even with the heaviest of jam sessions.

Only 60 “Third Eye” straps will be available. Based on the cut of the fabric and the application of holographic paint, you'll know you have a one-of-a-kind strap in your hands. The straps are a fully adjustable 65” in length and 2” wide. These Limited Edition straps are priced at $250.00.

All of their collections are handmade in the USA with a portion of every sale donated to animal rescue groups.

For more information, please visit getmgetm.com.


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