Get’m Get’m, Inc., a US-based producer of high-quality guitar and bass straps has delightfully announced that it will also be offering a collection of Rock’N’Roll inspired scarves for every occasion.
Situated in Studio City, CA the company has recently expanded its distribution reach and will now serve musical artists and bands from around the world, most recently returning to the Japanese market.
Founded in 1996 by Virginia Castro, Get’m Get’m started as a statement against conformity. She decided to make something different from the standard black straps, offering musicians color-styled options through which they could showcase their personalities and also the beauty of their amazing guitars.
The company has since moved out of Virginia’s garage and grown into an internationally recognized brand loved by musicians all over the world. In line with its core values which include supporting American manufacturing companies, Get’m Get’m has continued to work with the same set of material suppliers over the decades.
All its products are handmade in the US, and the animal-loving founder also ensures that a portion of every sale is donated to supporting animal rescues and charities.
Lovers of musical instruments can go to the brand’s online store to select from the various guitar and bass strap options. There they will also find a collection of Rock’N’Roll inspired scarves made with a silk chiffon blend, available in a variety of prints that promises to bring a pop of color as well as some character to any outfit or day.
Get’m Get’m, which plans to add more styles and accessories, currently offers wholesale purchasing to interested retail stores and distributors.
Previous users of the brand’s accessories, which include many famous musicians and bands, continue to leave rave reviews regarding their experience with the products:
“I use Get’m Get’m straps exclusively with my work for the Prince family and Alexander O’Neil. As well as my other projects and recording work. They are super comfortable and have plenty of options to reflect your style.” - Jimmy Bayard.