Perri’s Leathers Launches Beatles Guitar Straps, Gig Bags, and Picks

A line of new accessories that honor the best-selling band in history.

Ontario, Canada (March 17, 2015) -- Perri’s Leathers Limited are delighted to announce the launch of their The Beatles Licensed guitar straps, guitar gig bags and picks honoring the best selling band in history.

Perri’s licensed Beatles guitar straps come with a choice of eighteen iconic designs drawn from across the whole career of the band. The straps are printed with vibrant graphics that will last and last, featuring amongst others Yellow Submarine, Sgt. Pepper, Abbey Road and Revolver artwork. Expertly crafted, these straps are strong, durable, super comfortable, highly affordable and very eye-catching. The polyester webbing straps, with durable heat transfer designs, are 2” wide, and adjustable from 39” to 58” The leather effect vinyl straps, with high resolution imagining, are 2.5” wide and adjustable from 44.5” to 53”.
The licensed gig bags, available for acoustic, electric or bass guitars, are made with a 600D Nylon material complete with foam padding, a strong zipper, loads of useful pockets and tough reinforced handles, including back pack shoulder straps. The bags come with a stunning choice of design logos; Yellow Submarine, Green Apple, Sgt. Pepper or The Beatles.
To complete the collection Perri’s are also offering a range of medium sized, licensed Beatles picks. Made of high quality plastic with sharp clear designs, they are lightweight with just the right amount of flexibility.  They are themed as The Beatles or Yellow Submarine images in sets of six or twelve packs.
Perri’s believe that a great guitar strap is not a fashion accessory, it is a rock and roll requirement, and it connects the guitarist to the heart of their expression. The family owned company has been designing and manufacturing finely crafted, comfortable, long lasting guitar straps in Canada for more than fifteen years.

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