Leather Strap Tie

AAA Curly Hawaiian Koa

Leather Strap Tie

AAA Curly Hawaiian Koa

Attach your guitar strap to your guitar with our Leather Strap Tie.  Provides a secure hold that you can trust, and the leather will not affect the finish on your guitar.  Features a AAA Curly Hawaiian Koa inlay.

About the Neck-Heel Button on Taylor Guitars:

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Leather Color
Black
Brown
Button Finish
Attachment Type

Attach your guitar strap to your guitar with our Leather Strap Tie.  Provides a secure hold that you can trust, and the leather will not affect the finish on your guitar.  Features a AAA Curly Hawaiian Koa inlay.

About the Neck-Heel Button on Taylor Guitars:

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The Perfect Match

Our Leather Headstock Strap Ties pair perfectly with our wide range of straps and inlays.

Subtle Detail

With the perfect little detail, our Headstock Strap Ties have exotic wood and shell inlays that add the best subtle detail.

Video

Sometimes video is worth a thousand pictures.  In this short video see the variety of our Headstock Strap Ties and how they pair with our straps.

Customer Reviews

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S. S.
A Delicious Surprise!!!

I was TRULY impressed with the beautiful supple leather of this strap. Buttery soft and the delicate iridescent Mandala Inlay is enchanting! You will NOT be disappointed with this beautiful work of art!

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Larry G.
Great quality, super-soft leather

This beautiful guitar strap replaces the original on my 1958 Les Paul Jr. that I've had for almost 60 years. This is the most comfortable strap I've ever used on any guitar.

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Manon P.
Excellence

Great work no flaws

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Cindy W.
Awesome guitar strap

This was a gift to my husband for our 30th pearl wedding anniversary. He loved it. Now we need to get the matching capo.

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Tom K.
Guild guitar strap

Beautiful leather, very comfortable, the logo is amazing. What brought it from a 5 to a 4? The logo needs to be higher up on the strap. Depending on where your neck-end strap attaches to the guitar, the logo can be almost hidden. I can see it just fine looking down when I'm playing, but my 1983 Guild D15-M is a pretty wide body and almost covers the logo.