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Discussion in 'Gear Reviews' started by mozz, May 23, 2019.

  1. mozz

    mozz Well-Known Member Supporting Member

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    Short review of the WELL-HUNG Anti-Gravity strap.

    Waht? What? What are you talking about?

    Yes i possess one. The time space convergence has taken care of everything, oh what a wide strap it is. Come and join the review. Pictures that give pleasure to your eyes are below. When you are anti-gravity, everything is below.

    I'm going to give away a few theories on how this works, where the materials come from, where the future leads, and why you need to wear this for your next recording session.

    First my theory on how this works. The idea was stolen from aliens. Maybe. You decide if these photos appear to be related, no photoshop was harmed in the making of these pictures.

    Now stare at this picture.

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    Now look at the strap, coincidence?

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    Second theory is is a well thought out elastic accordion simulator, which brings us to the materials. Check it out. Manmade? You decide. Texture is not of this world, maybe Canada's tar fields, or 3M's long forgotten suspender division.



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    Did i say how this even works yet? It works great, gives a feel of having a B-bender, yet not too wide but grippy. Seriously, it makes the guitar feel lighter yet it does not bounce, i need to try it on a few 10lbs guitars. On a Tele it's great. Just a bit wider than a common store strap yet not real wide that you need a winter coat to blend in. I don't wear white shirts so your mileage may vary if this rubs off or not, i don't think it will. Ingenious criss cross pattern it you ask me. This you may not even believe, my guitar has more harmonics on 5th, 7th, 9th and 12th frets than it ever had before, effortlessly too, i just don't know where they came from. Order now and get a free sample of our weight loss antigravity shampoo, supplies are limited but you knew that.

    Before we get to the future of your music career and all that, you must understand, straps have more than one use, use your imagination, go ahead, call it a bug, a feature, undocumented. Put those feelings into words on your next single.


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    While you stare into the eyes of the tiger for inspiration , climb a mountain to design your next strap, just remember, it's the equipment, not you.

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    Well, i gotta go, weird shit happening now.

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  2. idiotsdelight

    idiotsdelight Well-Known Member

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    I need one of these to cradle my massive nutsack.

    @tvvoodoo ?
     
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  3. tvvoodoo

    tvvoodoo Well-Known Member AGF Registered Dealer

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    I am speechless.
     
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    Looks tough. Built for the toughness of a Tele.

    I had to look up tantalum capacitors to see what they look like.
     
  5. tvvoodoo

    tvvoodoo Well-Known Member AGF Registered Dealer

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    I will have more to say but thank you sir! An unearthly strap like that deserves an unconventional review, quite astute.
    Just have a whole bunch of boiling over pots on the fire this morning, plus in-laws in-bound for the week this morning as well... yay!
     
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    idiotsdelight Well-Known Member

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    tvvoodoo Well-Known Member AGF Registered Dealer

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    Suddenly reminded of the old Cutlass Supreme ballsack cooling vent under the steering wheel. Sweet glory that was a beautiful thing on hot days in the cutoffs
     
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    Sounds cool!
     

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