Levy's Leathers M4GF Leather Bass/Electric/Acoustic Guitar Strap

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92 out of 100. Incorporating 325+ ratings and reviews.

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$50
Levy's Leathers M4GF Leather Bass Guitar Strap
Levy's Leathers M4GF Leather Bass Guitar Strap

Levy's have built their reputation on the quality of their leather straps, and the M4GF takes their expertise a step further by making the strap wider and more comfortable.

Thanks to its wider 3.5" design, this strap is sturdy enough to handle heavier instruments including bass guitars.

The foam padding helps distribute the weight evenly for more comfort, while the suede backing allows for less strap movements and slips.

But what really makes this strap standout is the quality of its leather and its elegant appeal that will match most instrument designs.

Key Features

  • Width: 3.5"
  • Length: 36" - 52"
  • Material:Garment Leather
  • Design: Leather strap, Foam pad, Suede back

Pros
Be it for a Les Paul that weighs over 10 lbs, or for bass guitars that are even heavier, many have been getting great results with the Levy's M4GF strap. A lot of users also commended its easy adjustment design, which doesn't include any hard objects that may accidentally ding their instruments. Finally, a lot of users also found its feel to be nice and soft.

Cons
There were a few that found the padding and the strap in general to be a bit too soft, goes to show that you can't really please everybody. There were a few users who found the strap to be a bit too wide for their use, but since it is a feature that's clearly specified, it should not be something to complain about.

Overall
If you play heavy guitars and basses and you're looking for a good looking leather strap then the Levy's Leathers M4GF is a good option.

Although this used to be on our recommended list, there are now more highly rated options available which you can see in our guide to The Best Guitar Straps.

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