Gruv Gear introduced the SoloStrap Neo 4.0 and 2.5 at NAMM this year. The new straps are a more economical version of their existing straps and comes in a four-inch wide version to accommodate bassists.
“We had our DuoStrap Signature and then made the Duostrap Neo as an affordable version of it,” Gruv Gear’s Jay Baldemor explains. “Then we had the SoloStrap Leather and now we’re introducing the SoloStrap Neo. It’s got two widths: we have a four-inch version for bass players and a two-and-a-half-inch version for guitarists.”
The SoloStrap Neo is created with all man-made materials including double-layered neoprene and faux leather. The strap has limited stretch to avoid bounciness. A rivet-based length adjustment system allows for 38-inch to 50-inch length, while an optional extra long tail gets it to 62 inches.
The Gruv Gear SoloStrap Neo is shipping now at $49.99 for the four-inch version and $39.99 for the two-and-a-half-inch version.
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Gruv Gear SoloStrap Neo Details:
|2.5″ and 4″ versions|
|Neoprene and Faux Leather Construction|
|38″-50″ Adjustable Length|
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