The unique internal control-stretch system used in the Super Strap offers weight reduction comfort for banjo, bass and guitar players. It effectively disperses the weight while absorbing the shock of your movements.
The unique internal control-stretch system used in these straps offers weight reduction comfort unmatched by any other strap. It effectively disperses the weight while absorbing the shock of your movements. The Super Ax Strap™ and Super Bass Strap™ both use top grade leather attachments for a secure hold. The Super Banjo Strap™ uses strong side release buckles which join secure Neo-Loops™ to the main body of the strap. Merely thread the loops through the brackets, pass the side release buckles through the opening and reattach to the main strap. This creates a secure hold which is a snap to attach!
|Super Ax Strap™ / Super Bass Strap™||Super Banjo Strap™|
|* Note: The weight of an item is often perceived as being much heavier than the actual weight. The recommended load is the amount of weight that can be comfortably carried on the strap. Straps can safely carry much more.|
|Recommended Load *||Up to 25 lbs (11,4 kg)||Up to 25 lbs (11,4 kg)|
|Pad Dimensions||3.5" x 13" (8,89cm x 33,02cm)||3.5" x 13" (8,89cm x 33,02cm)|
|Connection Type||leather connectors||loop connectors (Neo-Loops)|
|Materials||Neoprene pad||Neoprene pad|
|Webbing Width||1.5" (3,8cm)||1.5" (3,8cm)|
|Made in the USA||Yes||Yes|
|Stock #||Super Strap™ Style||Color||MSRP||Approximate Size|
|5901002||Super Ax Strap™||Black||$32.50||42"–53" (106,7cm–134,6cm)|
|5601002||Super Bass Strap™||Black||$32.50||33"–42" (83,8cm–106,7cm)|
|5701002||Super Banjo Strap™||Black||$35.50||46"–55" (116,8cm–139,7cm)|
How to attach the Neo Loop Connectors to your Banjo
1. Thread the loop through the bracket on the banjo.
2. Pass the buckle through the loop.
3. Pull to tighten.
The Super Bass Strap max adjusted length is only 42", not long enough . It really is more comfort though. It will be returned to the store today.
I picked up a "Super Banjo Strap" recently while traveling in Southern Oregon. The Super Banjo Strap is very comfortable and works well with my Vega Old Tyme Wonder.
Newer ones too short (Update to previous review) - Aug 9, 2016 12:43:08 PM
As stated in my previous review, I have had one of these for years and love it so I bought some for every one of my other instruments.
Unfortunately, what I didn't notice until after installing Schaller straplocks on all of them is that the new ones are quite a bit shorter than my old one.
Now I'm stuck with several straps that are too short for my preference. My preference for strap length is to set it so that while standing, the bass is at the same height as when I'm sitting down with the bass on my knee. Even fully extended, these are too short for this. Note that I am of fairly average build (approx. 6'-0" tall and 185 pounds).
Great strap. - Oct 24, 2011 6:36:15 AM
I picked up one of these years ago and have been loving it! Everyone who tries my bass winds up buying one for their own instrument. Super comfortable and less expensive than most leather straps that aren't even comparable in terms of comfort.
Hi Eric, the Super Bass Strap may be too short for your needs. Please look at the Super Ax Strap and see if it may be more suitable for the length you need. The Super Ax adjusts between 42”-53” while the Super Bass adjusts between 33”-42”. Please email us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Do you have the Super Ax Strap with Speed-Lock connectors?
No, the Super Ax Strap uses leather connectors. If you want to use Speed-Lock connectors I would suggest trying the Slimline Strap - Speed-Lock.
Do you sell the loops for the Super Banjo Strap on their own?
Yes, we do sell the Neo-Loops on their own.
I just got the Super Banjo Strap for a very old banjo which may attach to straps in a non-standard way? If the loop on the end of the strap could open, I could slip it under the strings on the neck, which is how I think it attaches (If the loop does open and I missed how, please tell me). On the other end, a small loop goes under the bolt, I think. I can improvise something, but if you make "adapter" pieces, or if I bought the wrong strap, or if there's something I'm missing, I'd sure appreciate the help.
If you take a look at the third photo (from the left), you can see that the loops are connected to the metal brackets on the banjo. Then if you look at the "Instructions" tab at the bottom of the page, you will find directions on how to attach the loops.