MAX timbal strap S - Max Gurtsystem
|weight (net):||0,4 kg|
MAX-Strap system - special timbal strap
The Timba Special strap is equipped with smaller carabiners and rings (without strap and buckle). If having space around your chest is particularly important to you or you need to mind special body measurements, please use the other modell: MAX strap system Standard.
This strap system is especially designed for carrying timbals; you can quickly attach and detach your timbal and still carry it safely, also during longer parades!
1st attachment version - 1-point suspension:
The timbal is simply ‚placed’ into one ring with a tension hook. That means: please remove one tension hook from the instrument, pull the ring over it and screw the hook back on. The straps in front of the body will now run straight down from your shoulders instead of sideways along the upper body. When you are moving, you can simply direct your timbal with your knees.
2nd attachment version - 2-point suspension:
If you feel more comfortable wearing the timba attached to two hooks and you prefer having more space around your chest area, simply attach the carabiners to 2 adjacent tension hooks.
Customer reviews for "MAX timbal strap"(1)
Diesen Gurt habe ich für meine Tochter bestellt, da sie den meinigen (Gr. M) anprobiert und für sehr gut befunden hatte. So ist es auch mit dem Gurt in Gr. S. Passt super Klasse Befestigungsmöglichkeit der Timba an 2 Punkten. Sehr zu empfehlen.
In the first place, the MAX strap system is designed to enable people to play relaxed when they think their instrument is too heavy for them or too instable while wearing it and walking at the same time.
The MAX strap is suitable for the larger Samba instruments like surdo or timbal. The effect of the different components of the strap spreads the instrument´s weight evenly onto several body parts. Like this, delicate places such as the hips are specifically relieved, which leads to more relaxed playing and at the same time it is gentle to your back.
Especially recommended for youngsters who are still growing and to prevent incorrect posture.