Music Nomad Introduces the Acousti-Lok

Add strap locks to your acoustic guitar without permanently modifying it.

Sonoma, CA (April 1, 2019) -- Music Nomad introduces Acousti-Lok, a patent pending product line of strap lock adapters that adds the safety & flexibility of using strap locks to your acoustic guitar without permanently modifying it. Acousti-Lok's strong brass construction gives you the security you have been looking for. With 3 different Acousti-Lok designs to choose from for standard and metric output jacks, make sure you find the one that is compatible with your acoustic guitar output jack. "We see so many guitarists that drill another hole and permanently modify their guitar so they can use strap locks", says founder, Rand Rognlien. "We developed a simple solution for a long existing problem found on acoustic guitars that combines the output jack and strap button into one feature.” Acousti-Lok starts shipping Spring 2019 and retails from $19.99-$24.99.

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