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The Way to Play All Day | Bass | Guitar Leather Strap

The Way to Play All Day | Bass | Guitar Leather Strap

Discover an unparalleled bond with your guitar like never before through the use of this meticulously crafted guitar strap. Not only does it showcase captivating aesthetics, but it also exhibits the same flawless artistry found in high-end guitars.

The more comfortable you feel, the more you can practice to bring out the best of you. That's why we designed our straps to be of excellent quality, with meticulous attention to detail in every component. They are handmade and, best of all, not only are they comfortable, but they also look amazing.

Adjustable, genuine. Ergonomic design by Richard Bona, tailored for your comfort when playing the bass, electric and standard acoustic guitars.

Ethically sourced sustainable full grain leather. Handcrafted with love in Lombok, Indonesia.

Crazy Horse finish achieved to give a more classic vintage look. Top quality full-grain leather is sanded down and treated with a specialty wax that is rubbed by hand into the straps to provide a softer, more natural look. This treatment is also proven to strengthen the leather making sure you have a durable strap that can handle any and all performances.

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Regular price $116.00 USD
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Fully adjustable: Shortest length - 53” | Fully extended length - 57”, 3” wide.

Care Instructions

Tips for leather care:

  1. Use only a soft damp cotton cloth to clean so as not to damage the texture of the leather material. 
  2. Avoid direct contact with acidic substances such as alkaline, oil, minerals and other corrosive substances. 
  3. Avoid being exposed to hard and sharp objects directly or rubbing against these objects. 
  4. Store in a cool and dry place with good air circulation. Do not store crazy horse Leather in a damp location. 
  5. Use Leather Conditioner and Leather Balsam for leather care.
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Who is Richard Bona?

Richard Bona is a Grammy-winning musician, one of the most accomplished international bass players, composers and multi-instrumentalists. With his unique sound and vocal gift he is continuously representing his African origins. Bona’s music addresses the continent’s traditions, culture, beauty and issues. His purpose, and the way he connects with his audience has turned him into a staple name in world, jazz and Afropop music.

Richard Bona has toured, composed, recorded, and created musical forms of art with the greatest: Herbie Hancock, Harry Belafonte, Steps Ahead, Quincy Jones, Chick Corea, Buena Vista Social Club, Cesária Évora, Sting, Mike Stern, Pat Metheny, Stevie Wonder, Bobby McFerrin, Chucho Valdés, George Benson, Oumou Sangaré and many more. Along the diverse notable collaborations Richard has also taught Jazz Improvisation at NYU and is constantly teaching and mentoring young talents throughout the world. He’s also a TED speaker and ambassador for various non-profit projects.

He is highly involved in developing better music business practices and ethics. His Signature Series collaboration with Italian-based MARKBASS has positioned him as one of the most creative and best-selling bass amp and bass guitar tailor-made manufacturers in the world.

Constantly touring around the world and exploring new musical directions, Richard continues to redefine his sound, while still performing live. He’s currently working on new Afrobeats, Afropop, Latin and Flamenco projects throughout Europe, the US and Latin America.


  • Golden Melody Award for Best Instrumental Recording Album – Sedar (China – 2017)
  • The Bonafied album certified Gold (Poland – 2013)
  • The SACEM Jazz Grand Prize (Grand Prix Jazz SACEM) (2012)
  • Honoree of the Antonio Carlos Jobim Award, Montreal International Jazz Festival (2010)
  • Grammy nomination for Best Contemporary World Music Album – Tiki (2006)
  • Grammy nomination for Best Pop Instrumental Performance – As It Is (2002)
  • Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Jazz Album – Speaking Of Now (2002)