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    Default New strap from Mandolin Straps of Montana

    I just got this strap today from Alan Gelman (http://www.mandolinstrapsofmontana.com/) and it's a perfect color match and looks and feels great. It's the 4th strap I have that Alan made and I highly recommend contacting him if you're interested in a high quality strap.



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    Default Re: New strap from Mandolin Straps of Montana

    Great looking strap! I'm a fan as well - I have two of Alan's straps, can't recommend them highly enough!
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    Default Re: New strap from Mandolin Straps of Montana

    A very nice looking strap that compliments your mandolin. No metal or plastic to harm your finish. Is the length adjustable?

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    Nice strap and beautiful mandolin.

    Alan is great to work with!

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    I agree - I've bought several straps from Alan. He is very accommodating to specific dimension requirements and his straps are beautiful.

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    It's not only a nice looking strap, it's also a nice looking mandolin.

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    Default Re: New strap from Mandolin Straps of Montana

    Quote Originally Posted by John Soper View Post
    A very nice looking strap that compliments your mandolin. No metal or plastic to harm your finish. Is the length adjustable?
    Yes, the length is adjustable. There are three holes on the end you'd attached on the tailpiece side. Click image for larger version. 

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    1981 Lloyd LaPlant F5 #6
    2001 Lloyd LaPlant F5 #106
    2006 Lloyd Laplant F5 #142
    2011 Weber Yellowstone HT
    2017 Boeh A5 #26

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