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Third Eye Limited Edition Guitar Strap

Third Eye Limited Edition Guitar Strap

Regular price $250.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $250.00 USD
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From Get'm Get'm Founder, CEO, and Designer Virginia "V" Castro, “This is something I would have made for Prince if he was still with us today. This strap honors Prince’s legacy, and celebrates the impact he made on the music world and millions of lives...”

Having worked with him for 17 years of the 27 Get'm Get'm has been around, V is still inspired by the timeless style and undeniable COOL that Prince lived and presented in every part of his career. This strap is a nod to that same style, and is gorgeous. Featuring a textural, painted pattern, with holographic glitter in metallic on a black fabric base, this strap shines with style. With only 60 of them made, this strap is a Limited Edition design. Each strap sold will be numbered and the tag signed. 

Like all Get'm Get'm straps, the Third Eye strap comes in a 65 inch, fully adjustable, length. It is lined with our black nylon webbing ensuring comfort and durability. The hardware is cast nickel hardware in a shiny silver finish, with beautiful Latigo leather tips that will hold your guitar nice and secure. All are hand made in downtown Los Angeles. 

As with all Get'm Get'm straps, a portion of every sale goes to support animal rescue charities.

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Please note: while we may have some inventory on hand, typically we make every item to order. This processing time allows for manufacturing of your order, and any related possible delays. While we make every effort to manufacture and ship your order as quickly as possible, delays can happen. Possible delays may include, but are not limited to, supply chain delays, ongoing closures related to Pandemic outbreaks, and back up of orders at manufacturing.