Not just a bracelet. Hand braided from three fat stainless steel guitars strings, then crimped in our own billet aluminum fasteners with a fold-over clasp. All crafted into a distinctly “rock n roll” design. Perfect for musicians and music fans alike.
9mm wide x 5.5mm thick band in various sizes. Made from stainless steel aluminum and brass. Will not rust or tarnish.
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Posted by Jason on 7th Mar 2013
bought my basslet today at the Strawberry Festival. Made it while we waited. Great use of old strings & looks great. Will definitely buy more items.
Posted by ssvs04 on 2nd Apr 2012
I bought this bracelet a month ago. I don't care about music instruments but really liked the look of it. The one I originally picked my wife thought was to big but me being a guy didn't agree. So when we went back to universal where they have a place they sell them I asked if he could make it smaller having to agree it was to big. Without any thought he just exchanged it for another one no charge. Very friendly people and a fun product to wear. I have much more expensive bracelets but this one is much more manly and I like the fact it doesn't show scratches.
Posted by John in Orlando on 25th Nov 2011
I watched Peter Holmbeck make my Bass-Let over four years ago. Since then, I haven't taken it off. Still looks as good as the day it was made!
Posted by Observer-A.com on 15th Jun 2011
Met the guys at Bonnaroo. They were extremely cool and make some really great stuff! I picked up two Bass-lets and a string bead necklace and haven't taken them off since.
Great stuff and I am eagerly awaiting the drum section :)
Posted by Fordham Family, Cambridge, England on 7th Apr 2011
Brought this product as a gift for our son at Universal Studios last week - which he absolutely loves and looks so cool as there is nothing like it in the UK - thank you John from Petal, MS - an complete gentleman, see you at the Cambridge Folk Festival?
Posted by Indiana Tom on 27th Feb 2011
I took my kids to Universal Orlando for a few days and just happened to come accross this bracelt for sale. I could not resist buying it especially for only $35.00 No regrets at all. I love it. The guy was so cool that sold it to me that he actually sold me the one off of his wrist because it fit me better. My musician friends will be freaking out when they see it.
Posted by Scott on 21st Aug 2010
I got this a couple days ago. The pictures don't do this justice as it is a beautiful piece of work. Having been in the trade and made jewelry, especially celtic, the weaving is very well done as is the clasp. I did get a couple eye brows at work since I haven't worn jewelry in quite a while. One girl asked about it and I told her what it was and she said, 'it really is METAL'. I smiled and said yes...yes it is :-)
Posted by Jamie on 18th Apr 2010
Way more awesome than any other bracelet I have ever owned. I got mine from the stand at universal studios about three weeks ago. Its perfect! The owner (Peter Holbeck) and his manager there were great!
Posted by John on 19th Jan 2010
I've had my Bass-let for almost a year. I never take it off. It hasn't rusted, tarnished, or broken. Plus it's a good conversation starter.
Posted by Dan on 10th Oct 2009
I saw this bracelet 2008 at the Minn state fair but didn't pick one up, I thought about it all the time for the next year (and I don't wear any jewelry) so when I saw it again 2009 at the fair I HAD TO GET IT and I'm GLAD I DID! Haven't taken it off since! Thanks for your creativity!
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