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Bahia strap - Macapart

Bahia strap schwarz - Macapart

Macapart
Item number
A125200
weight (net):
0,3 kg

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From 35 *

incl. VAT , plus shipping costs

Shorter hip strap for Samba Reggae and Afro Samba styles, breathable padding You like playing... more

Bahia strap schwarz - Macapart

item number: A125200
type: hip strap
color: schwarz, weiss, rot, reggae, brasil
suitable for: Surdo 2 Beater, Repinique 2 sticks
padding: breathable padding
hooks: 1 open
weight (net): 0,3 kg

Shorter hip strap for Samba Reggae and Afro Samba styles, breathable padding

You like playing your repinique down between your knees, or as a surdo player you are the cool guy pulling off the show lifting your surdo above your head, your band has loads of choreographies and you are looking for a strap that holds your instrument in tight position but leaves you enough space for showing off - then the Bahia strap is a good choice!
The Bahia strap with its open hook system and its breathable padding is a classic. In Brazil this system is probably the most common one as in enables you to put on and off your instrument easily and quickly. Great for a lot of instrument changing!

Continuously adjustable, length approx. 125 cm


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Customer reviews for "Bahia strap"

(1)
20 Nov 2017

Stitching came away within 20-30 minutes of use, even with a custom-made ultra light surdo.

Answer by Kalango

dear customer, apologies for our late reply. We are sorry about the issue with your strap which I see has been fully refunded after our customer care was in touch. 

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Zeca MACAPART played percussion with Monobloco and repinique in various Samba schools... more

"Macapart"

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Zeca MACAPART played percussion with Monobloco and repinique in various Samba schools for many years. He couldn´t find any high quality straps for carrying the instruments in any of the music shops, so he decided to make his own. Shoulder straps, hip straps, special edition straps:

Since then, creative and stylish solutions for carrying your percussion instrument are made in Rio!

macapart-2Logical and nice design, high quality material and perfect manufacturing displays the MACAPART straps made in Rio de Janeiro. All straps are tested in Rio´s sambascene, and only the ones that pass the test concerning aesthetics, comfort and durability, actually go into production.

MACAPART also stands for top-class caixas and repiniques.


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