Pivot-All plugs and cables feature a ¼” shaft that can be continuously rotated over a 180-degree arc, making connections in even the tightest, most limited spaces virtually effortless.

Clifton, NJ (August 14, 2015) -- Godlyke, Inc. is pleased to announce the release of Pivot-All 180-Degree Rotating Audio Plugs.

A revolution in audio connector design, Pivot-All plugs and cables feature a ¼” shaft that can be continuously rotated over a 180-degree arc, making connections in even the tightest, most limited spaces virtually effortless.

Crowded pedalboards, complicated rack systems, and awkwardly-located instrument and amplifier jacks can now be plugged into with ease thanks to Pivot-All’s patented, swivel-head design.

Pivot-All plugs also help to reduce short-circuits by moving the cable’s stress-point to the plug’s ball joint as opposed to the solder connection.

Sold individually or pre-wired with high-quality Mogami cabling and silver solder, Pivot-All plugs feature gold-plated audio connections to assure the most transparent transmission of the audio signal.

Pricing information
Street: $19.95

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