Amp handle, tan with tan stitching.
Carrying capacity of 100Kg / 220.46Lb
Don't let the price fool you! You can certainly spend up to 10X the price on "brand name" versions of this stuff if you're into that, but these are made by the same manufacturer to the same specs as the "brand name" versions. The only difference here is that you're not paying for a brand name to be attached.
Sold individually. Screws not included. Requires #8 wood screws or machine screws with tee nuts, per your preference.
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Tech's notes: "Vinyl handles like these are always prone to cracking in below freezing temperatures. If shipped in winter, allow the handle to return to room temperature prior to bending or mounting it."
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Love it. It is comfortable, strong and looks great. Also at a great price.
Got this for my Fender Blues Deluxe (as the original Fender one broke). The original from Fender is not leather material but a type of rubber material, so I decided to search for a leather handle that has a brown colour. Couldn't find it on Amazon, most of the handles at this price range are not leather but vinyl. I found this Next Gen store that I didn't know existed. Very happy! This is a great quality handle. Exactly the one I wanted, at an unbeatable price, plus great service. Also purchased a 10' instrument cable that is custom made by them.
good handle for amplifier and leather is good quality
There were four hot glue clumps on the back that were easy enough to cut off with a knife. Id say its close to the real deal and good enough for my needs. Plus for the price it is a great buy.
Great handle. Beautifully made, quality materials throughout.
excellent perfect for a Tweed 5E3
Quality construction, and nice color. I removed the small hot glue spots in favor of super glue. + regarding the review below, any piece of material has the potential to crack if it does acclimate to normal temperatures.
Learher broke first time it flexed! Won't buy again! *NG Response: "Vinyl handles like these are always prone to cracking in below freezing temperatures. If shipped in winter, allow the handle to return to room temperature prior to bending or mounting it."