Velké Němčice, the Czech Republic – 31 October 2018 – Furch Guitars (Furch), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of premium quality guitars, is introducing proprietary handmade leather guitar straps designed to provide players with excellent comfort and unmatched playing stability.
Furch’s new handmade guitar straps combine exquisite craftsmanship, high-quality materials, and an ingenious design that allows evenly distributing the weight of the instrument without inhibiting the player’s technique. The straps are made of two layers of premium nubuck bovine leather featuring an extra-large width of 6.4 centimeters (2.52 inches). The inside is filled with a four-millimeter (0.16 inches) layer of anti-deformation foam, which, in combination with the soft leather, guarantees maximum playing comfort. The strap length is adjustable within a range of 100 to 120 centimeters (39.37 to 47.25 inches).
Furch straps are available in black and brown. Their streamlined stylish design is underscored by a pressed silver or brown Furch logo and lining rendered in the same color. The straps are available already now at all Furch Guitars authorized dealers.
Established in 1981, Furch Guitars (Furch) has worked its way up to become one of the world’s leading manufacturers of all-solid-wood acoustic guitars and acoustic bass guitars. The company’s production complex and head office are located in Velké Němčice near Brno, Czech Republic. Furch instruments combine the company’s extensive know-how in building handmade guitars with state-of-the-art technologies, production processes, and proprietary innovations. Thanks to that, the company is able to bring to the market premium-quality musical instruments with outstanding acoustic properties and excellent design parameters. Covered by a three-year warranty, Furch guitars are sold in 32 countries on five continents. Furch employs over 60 luthiers and craftsmen and makes in excess of 7,000 instruments annually. Furch guitars are the preferred choice of such artists as Suzanne Vega, Per Gessle, Glen Hansard, and Calum Graham. For additional information, visit www.furchguitars.com.