GUITAR STRAP – WOVEN ANACONDA PATTERN
Amazon Ecology works with hundreds of native and campesino artisans from the Peruvian Amazon to produce and sell innovative fair trade handicrafts. Your purchase helps to create sustainable income for artisan families, promote forest conservation, and supports local development in their communities. This product is an example of what we have carried in the past. Click on the Visit Shop button to see our current inventory.
This unique fair-trade Amazon Guitar Strap was hand-made by a native artisan from the Ampiyacu region of the Peruvian Amazon. This strap is sturdy, comfortable and flexible. It is woven from two-inch wide chambira palm fiber attached to a quality brass-plated buckle so its length can be adjusted from 45 to 55 inches to fit the guitarist’s style and height. Both ends are tightly sewn to a black leather tab that snugly fits over a standard folk or electric guitar strap button. This is a perfect strap for musicians who want to show their appreciation and support for native culture and the environment. The Anaconda model is based on a traditional pattern of the Bora natives for this large snake that lives in the rivers and forest of the Amazon. Each strap comes with a tag listing the artisan’s name and community and the plants they used to make it. Some straps whose colors have slightly faded from long sun exposure at festivals are also available at a reduced price.
Models: GS00113805 (black and white); GS00114405 (dark brown and white); GS00144305 (black and green), GS00110705 (green and white)
Made by Brillo Nuevo artisans in the Peruvian Amazon
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