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October 6, 2012 | Burgundy "Big Softy" leather straps

We mentioned these last June, a personal favorite mandolin strap from Tennessee's Long Hollow Leathers, the "Big Softy." At the time they were only available in black and brown, but we've come across a limited supply of boutique burgundy at Dietze Music. These are not only high quality, supple and ergonomically designed, hand-made in the US, they are very reasonably priced, delivered for around $20 US (more for international shipping).

Purchase link: Long Hollow Big Softy Mandolin Strap
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$15.99 (plus shipping)

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Posted by Ted at October 6, 2012 5:37 AM


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