Was just perusing some pictures of bass collections on the Fender P bass owners facebook page. One guy posted a picture of his collection; maybe 8-10 basses all hanging on the wall. Each had its own strap. Looked to be nicer, Levy's type leather straps on each. Got me thinking...how many of you do this? Buy a strap for each bass? I've always been a one strap kinda guy. I'm in my 40's now and have been playing since my early teens. I gigged extensively in my 20's and some in my 30's. Had one strap for all of it. I sold the strap but wish I still had it as it was one of a kind. Anyhow, now I have 6 basses and I splurged for two straps. Both straps are heavy duty, Levy's. The reason I have two is because I recently bought a Fodera. The Fodera came with Dunlap strap locks whereas I've always used Schaller. So all of my basses are outfitted with Schaller and I use one strap for all. With the Fodera; I decided I would stick with the Dunlap system and invest in a new strap just for the Fodera. Any future basses, will either have Schaller or Dunlap so there'll be no need to ever buy another strap. Given the infrequency of my gigs (thanks covid) and my age, I doubt I'll wear either of my two Levy's out before the big dirt nap. So just curious...what's your strap situation?