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Ukulele Straps Are A Hard To Find Thing!Ukulele straps are a rare thing and I've yet to find the perfect one. This one gets close. Not all uke players use straps, some do and some don't. Purists say not to use one and that using one makes you look lazy or inexperienced. However I have two acoustic-electric ukes and they are heavier than the non-electrified ones the purists use. I've found that using a strap on my electric ukes helps with right arm fatigue from clutching the thing. A preamp and battery adds a surprising amount of weight percentage wise to a uke when compared to a guitar. This Neotech strap frees me up to worry about my strumming and fingering techniques more and dropping the instrument less.There is another device called a Uke Leash that also works well. It ties onto the headstock. I like this Neotech better because even though the instrument isn't balanced perfectly, it is balanced better than with the Uke Leash. The Uke Leash is easier to get on and off my body so it has some advantage over the Neotech Simple Sling.This Neotech Simple Sling soundhole clip strap works on my Concert and Tenor ukes equally well, but I have to adjust it some when switching it between the two.The wide clip is felt lined and it does not scratch the instrument. I don't know how long this felt lasts but it seems well attached. This strap should work fine on any number of various stringed instruments.You have to use reasonable care with a soundhole clip strap on a ukulele or you can damage the top by jerking down on the instrument. The clip on the Neotech Sling is wider than most I've seen and this extra width reduces, but does not completely eliminate, that risk. The wider clip spreads the stress out. I've seen other soundhole clip straps with much narrower clips and I'm afraid to try them on a ukulele. I like this one with the wide clip and will keep it.The Uke Leash type strap that ties on the headstock still requires full right arm pressure to hold the instrument in place, so I like this Neotech soundhole clip device better.The only thing I don't like about it is putting it on is a little clumsy when compared to a traditional guitar strap. But once on it is great! You look a little dorky slipping your arm into it and then over your head and you can't do it with a hat on. It gets easier the more you do it.I'd buy the Neotech Simple Sling again. I recommend it to electric ukelele players who want to use a strap but don't want to drill holes for strap buttons on their ukes. Just put it on in private because you look dorky putting it on.4OK for uke but not for guitar unless you have strong shouldersStrap is narrow as pictured and any way I use it on my half size guitar it puts too much pressure from the weight.Good $10 experiment though. I think I will try again for one with a padded and wider strap but they are $30 and up.I will keep use this for short practice sessions only until I get a better one.It came on time.3It's sized for a behemouth.If you are a lady and you want to buy a ukulele strap because you are struggling to position your uke around your boobs, don't buy this one. Even at the smallest possible setting, it hangs the uke around my waist. Plus, at the smallest setting, it's doubled up on itself and impossible to keep straight.It's exactly what I expect for the amount that I paid, but way too much of it. The amount of strap really seems excessive. The largest sizes seem insanely large, the strap is at least 75" long, with several buckles to help you shorten it, but that means that even at it's smallest, it's still like 35" in diameter (give or take depending on how long of a "tail" you leave to hook your instrument, but since I'm on a soprano uke, my tail is pretty short). Which means that the uke hangs about 12-15" (it's hard to estimate and I don't have anyone to help me measure) below my shoulders. All the instructional videos tell you to hold your uke high against your chest, and this falls well below that mark.I am 5'8 for reference, so I'm not short. I'm sure some scissors will fix my problem, but I it's annoying. In retrospect I wish I had paid more for a better ukulele sling.3Good productNice product, I bought it to use it with my classical guitar. I am still getting used to it but at least it lets me hold the Guitar in place. It lets you adjust the height and how close you want it to the body.Some of the pros-- Made of nylon, hence washable- Adjustable height-The hook is felted so it doesnt scratch or spoil the rosette.Overall a good product.Just a heads up, if anyone is using a guitar pickup like Cherub with this strap, it may not be the most comfortable as the strap hook and the pickup sit side by side. You could hook the pickup towards the top part of the rosette but the wires are a little uncomfortable.5Works fine for a Classical GuitarWorks fine, the felt covering inside the hook that protects the guitar from being scratched peeled off slightly, after a few uses and needed to flatten it to prevent it from peeling further, other than that, it is comfortable to use I've used it for a gig already and was pleased with the strap's performance.4Made Performing SO Much Easier!!This made performing SO much easier. If your ukulele doesn't have notches to attach a normal strap, then this is for you. I was confused at first at how it's attached exactly. Sometimes I'd get all mixed up in how it tangled up from being wadded up in my ukulele case. IMPORTANT: Do NOT let go of the ukulele when it's attached! Unlike ukuleles that are strap compatible, the ukulele will fall forwards! It won't fall out of it, but it's not just gonna hang there. A lesson I had to learn the hard way when I almost had a heart attack thinking my uke was going to hit the hard floor.Peforming before this was limited to sitting, or standing with it but having to use a lot of finger strength to keep the uke up. Now I have the freedom to move around as I please when I perform. I don't use this when I'm playing casually or at home. But I ALWAYS use this when I perform. Even if I do end up sitting.In my opinion, this is an essential tool for musicians who don't have strap compatible ukuleles.5Allows You To StandMost of the time when I'm playing my classical guitar I'm sitting on a cushioned stool but but there are those rare times when I want to stand. This simple product allows you to do that so it's useful. Extremely simple and effective. You don't want something complicated like a harness unless you're always standing. At least that's how I see it. I don't like to pay for things I don't need. You do have to support the guitar with your plucking arm but it's a technique that's easy to master and even works better for certain musical passages. Variety is the spice of life so splurge on this and get some freedom from the stool !5Nifty little strap!I was doubtful when I saw this strap online. It was hard to see how it would work and be sufficient since it doesn't really attach to the instrument in the traditional sense. I teach ukulele in a school and need to stand and walk around a lot when I play. I don't like the distraction of worrying about the instrument slipping when I am checking in with students playing etc. This strap is great! It adjusts to the length that works for you and helps keep the instrument right where you need it. So glad I got this. And the price is so right!5Best Strap for Ukulele, Small Clasical GuitarLove this strap / sling. So far, it is the only one I have found that really works. You do not need the button on your instrument for a strap--not usually on a classical guitar or a ukulele anyway, and I didn't want to add one.I like the way it fits like a sling, and not just over your head. This design is easier on your neck! There are two places you can adjust the sling--to get the perfect fit. I bought a few more, because they are inexpensive, and once I got it just perfect for one size ukulele, I wanted another one for my half-size guitar, and other size ukulele.This sling is also made of soft nylon--the only "Strap" that I have not found scratchy. Highly recommend!!!5Good design - protects the instrument - and very adaptibleI play classical guitar, seated, and use a strap in a novel way: anchored to the chair leg, to prevent the guitar from turning, around a vertical axis.I have several other straps, which offer only a single point of adjustment.This strap offers two points of adjustment, so that I can position the hard plastic pieces so that they don't ever have to touch my guitar.Also, the hook that fits around the edge of the sound-hole is padded and wide enough so that it will never cause wear against your guitar! This is a feature sorely lacking on most classical guitar straps - shame - they usually fit a little too tightly, scratching the finish, and offer no padding at all - not to mention the fact that the single adjustable hard plastic piece may also end up scratching your guitar.This product is almost perfect. My only reservation is that it is a bit too long for my particular needs.5
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Simple Sling for Ukuleles, Mandolins, Classical Guitars