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    Does one need to stand up while using the Mobius strap?
    If the ax is dull and its edge unsharpened, more strength is needed, but skill will bring success.
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    Tim you invented the Mobius strap? I had ordered this strap before I saw your post.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Is the Mobuis strap better?
    If the ax is dull and its edge unsharpened, more strength is needed, but skill will bring success.
    Ecc. 10

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4Jesus View Post
    Tim you invented the Mobius strap? I had ordered this strap before I saw your post.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    Is the Mobuis strap better?
    Hi 4Jesus,

    When I was looking for something to support my tenor ukulele I considered a sound hole hook such as this one but realized that if I removed both hands from the uke it would either fall to the floor or (if you're lucky!) hang from the edge of the sound hole by the hook -- neither of which sounded like a good idea to me. What I came up with supports the ukulele without hands and even gets rid of the "neck drop" problem that tends to occur with ukes using a guitar-type strap attached at the heel. I thought it was such a good idea I patented it!

    In answer to your other question, when properly adjusted the Mobius Strap works fine when sitting, as shown in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DiTpF8OMFDY
    Tim Mullins

    Soprano: 20s Martin Style 1
    Concert: Kamaka HF-2L+
    Tenor: 40s Martin 1T



    Give your ukulele truly hands-free support
    -- with no modification to your instrument.
    Mobius Strap: A Ukulele Strap with a New Twist

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    Thanks Tim, I might give it a try
    If the ax is dull and its edge unsharpened, more strength is needed, but skill will bring success.
    Ecc. 10

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