Get’m Get’m Launches New Guitar Straps

Adding to the company's extensive products for electric and acoustic instruments, Get'm Get'm, Inc. has introduced two new lines of designer straps for electric and acoustic guitar.

The first of the new collections is the Metallic Collection. This collection features the timeless snakeskin texture, but in a modern metallic fabric in your choice of silver or gold. The silver has an icy blue and purple sheen that reflects many colors as the light changes. The gold shines with shades of green and copper as the light changes. Both are awesome and highly dynamic on stage!

The Goldie Collection is all the classic gold and black glamour in your choice of two prints. Made with heavy brocade facing, you can choose between a diamond pattern, and a classic paisley. This is classic rock glam! Like all Get'm Get'm Straps, both collections are 2" in width, and are made in our extra long 72" length so you can wear them low. They both feature strong welded metal hardware, free from lead and poisons, and are lined with quality nylon webbing for durability and comfort. All Get'm Get'm Straps also use real leather tips so you can trust your guitar is secure, even with the heaviest rocking out.


  • Thick beautiful sliders and buckles free from lead poisons
  • Straps extend to 72" in length
  • Top of the line materials
  • Not your basic nylon ribbon nor cut leather strap
  • Partial proceeds go to animal rescue groups
  • Handmade in the USA


The Metallic Collection 2" Guitar Straps - $130.00

The Goldie Collection 2" Guitar Straps - $145.00

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