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Neotech Saxophone Strap Regular Swivel hook, Red 1902162

Neotech Saxophone Strap Regular Swivel hook, Red 1902162 Neotech Saxophone Strap Regular Swivel hook, Red 1902162 Neotech Saxophone Strap Regular Swivel hook, Red 1902162 Neotech Saxophone Strap Regular Swivel hook, Red 1902162

Neotech Saxophone Strap Regular Swivel hook, Red 1902162

$ 18.74

Score By Feature

Based on 147 ratings
Durability
9.90
Comfort
8.72
Value for money
8.51

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Product Description

Most bass clarinets, English horns, bassoons, oboes, saxophones, and more are compatible with this case
Added security is provided by a closed swivel hook design
This is a very durable and strong material
A fully adjustable design that adjusts from 17" to 21" (43,2 - 53,3 cm).
Designed and manufactured in the United States

Questions & Answers

Do you think a baritone sax would fit in there?

Yes, indeed! Bari sax will be able to make the most of it. Even when I play, I have to shorten it a bit.

The color green is one of my daughter's favorites. Would it be possible to have a green arrow instead of a red one?

The green one is not listed, but one of our vendors has it, so we can get it. If you are interested, we can send you an invoice through PayPal. I would appreciate it if you sent me an email in Please email bgmusicatbgmusicemail. It's a company

There is no mention of size What size are you wearing? Is it an adult, a junior, or an XL?

I'm not sure on size. It is the right length for a man who stands 5'8" to play the

For a 5th grader, do I need to purchase the junior strap or can I adjust the regular strap to fit him? His height is normal for a kid of his age. ?

When my son was in 6th grade, I bought him this book. A little over 5 feet 10 inches tall, he was. In his opinion, it has worked well and continues to be used. Now 5'2'' tall, he has a slender build. His favourite part of the strap is the buckle.

Selected User Reviews For Neotech Saxophone Strap Regular Swivel hook, Red 1902162

There is something uncomfortable about the pad
3/5

There is something stiff and uncomfortable about the pad. As a member of a marching band, I was required to wear this shirt and it almost choked me when I was wearing my uniform. There was a lot of pressure on my neck, and the strap was so short that I had to extend it to the maximum for it to comfortably fit my neck.

Molly Drake
Molly Drake
| Jan 23, 2021
This is a good book
5/5

He loves it. It's a 10 years old boy with average size and has been using it religiously for months. This strap is significantly more comfortable than the nylon standard Since then, he is practicing a lot more!.

Kaysen WESTON
Kaysen WESTON
| Sep 01, 2020
My Saxophone received a Christmas present this year
5/5

The strap loop on my Neotech is only equipped with a hook, so I have experienced it sliding off from time to time, almost dropping That will no longer be an issue. In addition, I tried it on and found that it fit well. The product is great.

Ivanna Contreras
Ivanna Contreras
| Sep 06, 2020
The neck strap of this RC transmitter is perfect
5/5

For Frsky RC transmitters, I found this to be an excellent strap. There is no doubt they can work A regular size would have been perfect for me as I am 6'2". Plastic is less likely to scratch the transmitter, and this is a positive feature.

Rosalee Winter
Rosalee Winter
| Apr 04, 2021
This is a great strap for saxophones! I have purchased two of these in the past four years
5/5

We were just assigned to the Marching Band and he passed his first to the novice who needed He has so far described it as his favorite!.

Denisse Massey
Denisse Massey
| Jan 20, 2021
This is a very comfortable chair
5/5

This is an extremely comfortable chair.

Trevor Bryant
Trevor Bryant
| Apr 20, 2021
I found this strap to be a good fit for my kid's band
5/5
Karina McGrath
Karina McGrath
| Mar 20, 2021
It is comfortable
5/5

A perfect combination of comfort and.

Shay GOUGH
Shay GOUGH
| Jan 05, 2021