Props to Jaykco straps.

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by the_rising, May 5, 2015.

  1. the_rising

    the_rising Silver Supporting Member

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    I've long been a fan of the pattern/hootenanny vintage-style straps.

    Recently picked up a Jaykco, mainly due to their suede-backs as several of my main guitars are somewhat neck heavy.

    Probably the best strap combo of quality/looks and turnaround time of any of the boutique-like straps I've bought (and I've bought several).

    The strap looks great and it was literally delivered 2 days after ordering.

    Great product and great service.
     
  2. adamagain

    adamagain Silver Supporting Member

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    Only straps I currently use. Don't fear the suede dye. It does not rub off. I have used them for 3 years and never and issue.
     
  3. jnepo1

    jnepo1 Silver Supporting Member

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    I like their designs and have one. My only fear is durability. I prefer to use Mono "Warsaw" straps, they are the seatbelt straps and are extremely comfortable and very durable.
     
  4. 74vibrolux

    74vibrolux Supporting Member

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    I've known the Jaykco folks for years. It's truly handmade and a family business. Great people, too. As for durability, I've played them endlessly for years and never had an issue. Not once. They're stylish, classy and built to last.
     

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