[Harp-L] Subject: Re: Instrument strap for a Melodion
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- Subject: [Harp-L] Subject: Re: Instrument strap for a Melodion
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- Date: Fri, 2 Dec 2011 19:44:09 -0500 (EST)
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Just want to give a heads-up about this great guitar accessory EBay
Seller: guitarworksinc since so many people play both harmonicas and guitars (and
and this is the exact strap I purchased:
While I enjoyed playing my new Hammond 44 (Melodion), I realized I needed
some kind of cross body strap in order to make it more comfortable for my
personal style. Someone suggested a guitar strap might work so I began
Found THE perfect brown suede strap (wide and very comfortable) from the
above Seller. We corresponded first and he assured me that the one I'd
chosen would work for my instrument since I knew nothing about guitar straps.
It was perfect and I got many compliments and comments on the quality of the
strap - which cost less than $20.
Nice people, great customer service, prompt attention to any questions and
shipping quickly enough for me to get it before the recent Garden State
Festival. Highly recommended from a very satisfied customer.
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