If you’re like 90% of the Sax/Bass Clarinet population, you use a neck strap when you play standing up. Let me put this a different way: you hang a heavy instrument from your neck every time you play! (You do realize that a whole bunch of important stuff goes through your neck from your brain to the rest of your body, right?)
Why you probably hate your strap.
You use a neck strap, but you probably hate the feeling of the strap against your neck. You probably feel constrained by a lack of freedom to move your head, arms, hands and shoulders. And if you’ve gone the harness route, you probably hate that it takes 5 minutes to put on and feels (and looks) like a medieval torture device.
Why you want this strap.
I first discovered a leather version of this strap in the 1980s studying with Harry Sparnaay, but it was heavy and expensive. Reimagined using newer materials, our strap is made from commercial-grade seat-belt material (so it’s strong, but light), and with a patent-pending adjustment mechanism and high-quality hinged hook, it’s super-easy to adjust.
To summarize: it’s easy to adjust with one hand, lightweight, extremely portable, and looks great with everything from jeans to formal attire.
Simply put, YOU WILL LOVE THIS STRAP. Try it and If you don’t love it I’ll buy it back from you.