Guitar Slip No More Prevents Your Guitar From Slipping Away

Don't let your guitar slip away while you sit.

Castaic, CA (June 16, 2020) -- Guitar Slip No More, GSNM is a new product which helps keep electric and bass guitars from slipping away from the performer while playing in the seated position. This product offers a new way for guitarists of any level to prevent the slip while they sit!

The benefits of this patent pending solution

  • Prevents the slip while you sit
  • Improves overall control of your instrument
  • Improves ability to balance the guitar
  • Takes the weight off your shoulders
  • No sticky stuff applied to your guitar
  • Form fit allows for easy on/easy off application
  • Made in the USA

Guitar Slip No More is currently available on-line at Be sure and visit our Find Your Fit page to help you quickly and easily order the correct GSNM size for your particular guitar at the discounted introductory rate of $19.95. Remember to “prevent the slip while you sit”, buy a Guitar Slip No More today.

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