Pair of 30mm wide webbing straps with 50mm wide Neoprene shoulder padding.
Strong, comfortable rucksack straps suitable for most cello cases with mounting rings. Not suitable for Hiscox cases
2 out of 2 found the following review helpful
Pros: The padding is great, it makes it very comfortable to carry and it doesn't hurt your shoulders one bit. Especially in the summertime, when I were tank tops, the old straps would really hurt and you could see the mark they made in my skin, but I had no such problems with Gewa straps!
Cons: If you carry your cello around a lot, the straps might slide a bit, so you need to keep adjusting the length (this is however, not a big issue)
Pros: Very sturdy and well made straps. Bought as a replacement for straps that came with the cello case. Would have no hesitation in buying these straps again if I needed to.
Cons: Although very sturdy they are a bit clunky when carrying the cello case by the handle.
Secure and sturdy
Pros: They are very solid and sturdy. I feel like the cello is really secure on my back. The extra cables provide insurance against failure of the catches.
Cons: If you have long hair, just be careful it doesn't get caught in all the bits and pieces where the straps attach to the case at the top.
One pair equals two superb shoulder straps.
Pros: I've split a pair of these straps to give me a superb shoulder strap for each of two violin cases. Absolutely brilliant - far superior to alternatives.
Cons: Suggestions re previous reviews: a touch of Loktite on the screw thread of wire security loops will ensure that they will never come undone inadvertently; a 2" belt slide (30p)on the strap tail will ensure that any adjustment will stay put until such time as you wish to change it. Perfection!
Other: Just the usual noteworthy service from String Zone.
1 out of 2 found the following review helpful
Pros: Easy to fit, secure, comfortable wide straps, easily adjusted.
Other: Used for heavy double case (violin and viola) to replace standard webbing straps. Extra strap length worth having; read comment that suggested straps for violin case would be too short. Extremely comfortable to carry.