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Comfortstrapp Pro Bass XLPublished on 03/09/12 at 01:26
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It has happened several times in concert to have tingling sensations in hands. I finally found the origin of evil: the strap cut my blood circulation.

I had previously always used soft leather straps of a width of about 5cm. When I found the straps Comfort Strapp, I did not think twice to order one.

9cm wide at its widest part (the shoulder) to 1cm thick foam dense enough but not too firm, adjustable in length (Long model is suitable for most bass players), the weight of the instrument is better distributed and does not overwrite the shoulder. No problem to concerts in 3 sets, rehearsals that go on, it really is a welcome advance for bassists.

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It has happened several times in concert to have tingling sensations in hands. I finally found the origin of evil: the strap cut my blood circulation.

I had previously always used soft leather straps of a width of about 5cm. When I found the straps Comfort Strapp, I did not think twice to order one.

9cm wide at its widest part (the shoulder) to 1cm thick foam dense enough but not too firm, adjustable in length (Long model is suitable for most bass players), the weight of the instrument is better distributed and does not overwrite the shoulder. No problem to concerts in 3 sets, rehearsals that go on, it really is a welcome advance for bassists.

I no longer use this strap, and I urge all bassists who respect their bodies as well as their instrument!
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Comfortstrapp Pro Bass XLPublished on 09/21/11 at 01:44
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I use it for 1 week

I have used as models in leather and my teacher of low scores.

Being moved from a low to a fairly light instrument heavier my teacher advised me that this brand is not found in France (bought on www.bassdirect.co.uk).

For me it's the Charente straps, it will never win a beauty contest but what she is comfortable.

Yes well, if I could I would become an importer in France so it deserves to be known here.

Attention to the measurements when you buy it. The setting is limited for each model (Short, Long, XL).
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Comfortstrapp Pro Bass XLPublished on 09/16/06 at 08:58
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I use it for 4 years, THE FIRST and without doubt the best neoprene strap of the market since imitated by other brands (Fender, Sadowsky, ghs ..)
after trying the nylon and leather is the day and night, the instrument feels lighter especially with a low ash more than 5 pounds.
it is found on ebay usa has 32 dollars then report quality unbeatable price.
I would do this choice with his eyes closed
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  • Manufacturer: Comfortstrapp
  • Model: Pro Bass XL
  • Category: Other Accessories for Basses
  • Added in our database on: 12/28/2005

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