RightOn! Straps Expands Line

The company adds two new lines to their collection, the Roadrunner and the Standard Plus.

Melville, NY (February 21, 2017) -- RightOn! Straps, Europe’s premier designers of superior quality guitar straps introduces two new lines to their collection, the Roadrunner and the Standard Plus. Handmade in Spain and only recently available in the US, RightOn! is dedicated to offering musicians the most innovative, comfortable and unique straps and accessories on the market.

The new eye-catching Roadrunner Series is designed with simplicity in mind, and features slim, comfortable straps that are perfect for lightweight instruments. Standard Plus is a new series from RightOn! that combines classic, hand-woven patterns with comfortable materials & reliable construction to perfectly compliment any guitar or bass.

Both series of straps feature RightOn!’s metal tri-glide adjustment for quick easy length adjustment and durable high quality leather end tabs complete with pick holders. Both new strap lines will be in stores in March of 2017 for $29.99 and up. To check out the full gallery of patterns visit www.Rightonstraps.com

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