Made in USA
Availability: In stock
Junior and Regular MSRP $45.25
X-Long MSRP $46.25
- Fits most saxophones - ideal for Alto, Tenor and Bari saxophones
- A design for men, women and youth
- Easy to attach with a unique swivel guard hook, plastic-covered metal hook, or a loop connection (great for baritones)
- Made in the USA
Super Harness™ offers unmatched comfort to the avid musician - from beginner to professional! This easy-to-use harness provides freedom of movement and the same weight reduction system found in other Neotech straps. The quick release buckles make it a snap to put on and the adjustment system makes it easy to customize the harness to your needs. As it freely glides through the hardware located in the back, it increases your mobility without sacrificing your comfort since the neck/shoulder pad always stays in place. There's no other strap like it! Give it a try! Available with our popular swivel guard hook, nonmarring plastic-covered metal hook, or a loop connection (great for baritones).
Approximate SizesPlease refer to the Specifications tab for measurements.
Swivel Guard: The leading cause of hook breakage is when a hook lodges sideways against the instrument putting excess torque and pressure on it. Neotech's new Swivel Guard Hook (available on the Super Harness and the Soft Harness) features a mechanism that minimizes the possibility of this occurring.
Loop: Truly unique design offers non-marring locking system for small eyelets and/or heavy instruments. Great for students or musicians in marching bands as it offers the ultimate in security and flexibility. Ideal for the Baritone Sax.
Plastic-covered metal hook: Ideal for instruments with small eyelets, i.e. clarinet, English horn, oboe, bassoon, etc. Also great for quick instrument changes at gigs.
"The Neotech Super Harness™ is equipped with wide shoulder straps to distribute the load over a larger surface area; it provides a large amount of support with the harness system yet still allows for movement for play and expression."
-Dr. Misty Austin, Performing Arts Physical Therapist
Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute