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Perri's Leathers introduces its new ranges of licensed straps and picks featuring iconic bands Nirvana, KISS, Soundgarden and The Doors.

Perri’s Leathers Limited revealed their latest licensed guitar straps and picks featuring iconic images from Nirvana, KISS, Soundgarden and The Doors. The new ranges continue the expansion of their licensed collections, which includes accessories featuring The Beatles, AC DC and Pink Floyd amongst many others.

There are ten Nirvana & Kurt Cobain guitar straps and two sets of picks in the new range. Images used on the straps and picks include the Nirvana smiley face, Kurt Cobain’s white and black alien sunglasses and of course seahorses, which featured in many of his paintings and drawings (is that the noise of someone turning in his grave that I hear?...).

KISS’s logo appears on eleven straps and two sets of picks to choose from, which include images from their albums ‘Kiss’, ‘Destoyer’ and ‘Rock And Roll Over’.

Soundgarden, also have a range of five straps & two sets of picks. Designs include the jagged cyclone from the two times platinum ‘Badmotorfinger’ album and simplified version of the ‘King Animal’ Album cover featured on the ‘Been Away Too Long’ single.

Completing the quartet is The Doors. Synonymous with the band is their simple and bold geometric logo, with the reflective double ‘O’s and the tiny but essential psychedelic ‘The’. Its distinctive design is immediately familiar and makes the four guitar straps and two sets of picks in this series noticeable. Also featured are many iconic images of the band members.

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 themed medium sized picks are said to be manufactured using superior materials to enable fantastic sharp images to be produced. The picks are lightweight and come with just the right amount of flexibility to aid playing.

More details on Perri’s Leathers existing ranges can be found at https://perris.ca/store/.

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