I might have gotten one of those if it hadn't got the open hook on it!
Trust you to pick the most expensive one.....!
Hi Mandy, seems like I may be suffering the same problems as yourself re the above! Have only just picked up the tenor sax so finding the balance of getting support for the sax and comfort and posture from the neck strap difficult, its become more of a problem now that I am practising more often and for longer, will have to look up a few of the alternatives and try them out.I had a shoulder strap, before I could find a neck strap that was better suited to me. My first neck strap needed to be so tight to get the sax to my mouth, that I was being strangled by it, and it was constricting the blood flow through the sides of my neck! I tried a shoulder strap, but found the sax kep sliding down to my side.
I now have a NeoTech neck strap that I reduced the length of by unpicking the stiches, shortening appropriately and re-sewing.
That's because these can be worn both ways - left or right shoulder, it doesn't really matter.
Hi Lori...have you not seen all the reviews here, including Pete's? They are almost all 'glowing'Rogerb! I found the Cebulla straps available in the U.S. at Music Medic - http://www.musicmedic.com/catalog/products/strp-100.html Invented by a yoga instructor - the reviews are great - I may try this instead of the shoulder strap. Thanks!