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Tongue Tying Tricks

Tongue Tying Tricks

Tongue Tying Trick #1

Want a shorter guitar strap? You can thread your tongue so your strap is under 40”. Here’s how:
1. Match up the square end of the tongue with the end of your strap.
2. Keeping the square end of the tongue in place, thread the other end thru the strap slits (I did not use the top two slits)
3. The tongue will thread thru the last slit as well as the square end of the tongue
4. Once thread, the remaining tongue will only be a few inches long. If it’s TOO short, you can always start threading further down the strap.

 Tongue Tying Trick #1






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