Gruv Gear Debuts Signature Strap With Megadeth Bassist David Ellefson

Based on Gruv Gear's popular SoloStrap Neo, this exclusive new design features unique front and back length adjustability for optimal positioning, faux leather + neoprene construction for unmatched comfort.
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California-based music accessories manufacturer Gruv Gear is proud to announce the official signature strap with David Ellefson, bassist for the Grammy-winning band Megadeth. Based on Gruv Gear's popular SoloStrap Neo, this exclusive new design features unique front and back length adjustability for optimal positioning, faux leather + neoprene construction for unmatched comfort, and custom “fallout” logo metal rivets. Tested and verified by renowned health expert Dr. Randall Kertz.

David shares, "I’ve had a bass guitar slung over my shoulder now for over four decades. So I need a strap that gives me comfort, design and functionality. Together with Gruv Gear I think we nailed it!"

Available in May 2018 through Gruv Gear's global resellers and online at www.gruvgear.com.

About Gruv Gear
Gruv Gear exists to bring innovative and well-thought out products to creative professionals and beyond, including career musicians, DJs, photographers, filmmakers, mobile producers and more. We are on-track not only to become a premium lifestyle accessories brand in the Music/DJ and Photo Industries, which is a small fraction of our potential market, but also expand to a broader range of industries that will increase our global footprint exponentially. To date, Gruv Gear products are sold in 5 continents and shipped directly to adoring fans worldwide.

Learn more about Gruv Gear by visiting: www.gruvgear.com

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