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Sabian EZ Cymbal Straps (61002EZ)
Product Overview

For comfort and control when playing hand cymbals.

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Sabian EZ Cymbal Straps

Sabian leather EZ Cymbal straps have ball bearings sewn inside and slip on or off cymbals in seconds! Once the handles have been moved through the cymbal hole, the ball bearings serve as a stopping mechanism to secure the strap.

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[ 2 of 2 customers found this review helpful ]

Not Adjustable and not so "EZ"

By Jeremy Kane from Chandler, AZ on 10/17/2011 4:48:56 PM

These straps are held in place by a little metal marble that fits into a pocket in the straps. The ball is a pain in the butt to get in. Way more difficult than tying straps. Once you manage to get the marble pushed into the strap you better hope that your hand fits nicely because there is no way to adjust the fit on these straps. It's a one size fits all and my cymbal players hands do not fit correctly. Fine for concert playing I suppose.

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Impossible to Put In

By Veronica from Union City, NJ on 10/23/2013 6:13:39 PM

First, it was near impossible for me to get the ball OUT. When I was finally able to (after having a friend squeeze it out with a pair of pliers), I couldn't get the strap itself to fit through the hole of the cymbal (even with a pair of pliers). I gave up. I'm just going to order the regular straps that get tied.

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