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"Homerun" Leather Banjo Strap Features Include:
- Convenient tail adjustment & durable all-leather design
- Smooth garment leather lining for easy movement
- Comfortable 2" width distributes weight well
- Signature Copperpeace 'Pick Pocket' & Medallion
- Two styles of attachment: Chicago screws loop around brackets or use laces for cradle style attachment
- Adjusts 46"-64"
- Includes Hand Stamped Copperpeace cloth dustbag
❂ Handmade in the USA ❂
Michael Davis from Sweden on Feb 21, 2017
Straps from Copperpeace does not let you down. This strap will be used with my new plectrum banjo assembled from salvaged parts from old banjos. A Vega neck and a Paramount Leader pot from the twenties.
Michael Davis from Sweden on Jun 26, 2015
I'm very pleased with my new banjo strap from Copper Peace. It feels so smooth like it has been used for years. The great advantage is it's long enough to fit around me where other leather straps I've tried have been to short. The quality and craftmanship is top of the line. When I need another strap it'll be a Copperpeace.
Tony L. from NW Arkansas on Oct 26, 2014
I am finally replacing the banjo strap I made about 35 years ago! The reason I chose the Homerun, over others, is it's all-leather, and looks to be highly-adjustable. When the strap arrived, I was impressed with the construction, and quality of the leather! It is soft, but not "too" soft. Adjustment is easy, and I found the right fit in no time. The only recommendation I have, for Copperpeace, is to use metal Chicago screws to hold the ends together. The plastic ones, that come with the strap, are way too prone to failure, considering the weight of a banjo. I wouldn't chance them. If you get this strap, get some brass Chicago screws to replace the cheap plastic ones, or you may end up with a "banjo in the low ground!"
Response from PEACE // General Store
Oct 26, 2014