D’ADDARIO ACCESSORIES WINS 'BEST IN SHOW' AT 2018 SUMMER NAMM


 

NASHVILLE, TN – From D’Addario Accessories, the Auto Lock Strap was recognized in the “Gotta Have It” category for Best in Show at the 2018 Summer NAMM Show in Nashville, Tennessee.  It was highlighted as a key example of the company’s commitment to continuous improvement and innovative problem solving for musicians.

D’Addario Accessories launched their new Auto Lock guitar strap in April as the simplest integrated strap locking system for your performance -- and musicians agree.

Designed in partnership with Ned Steinberger, the Auto Lock guitar strap is designed to work with most standard electric guitar and bass strap buttons on the market. Simply slide the strap end over the guitar strap buttons, and you are locked in - it’s that easy. The grey clamp is spring-loaded so it automatically clamps down on the strap button, and it will not release until you unlock it. Just push up on the grey latch, slide the end off, and the strap is removed. The strap has been successfully pulled tested to 180lbs.

Made of soft nylon material adjustable from 30” – 55”, the Auto Lock (50BAL00) is $42.90 MSRP / $24.99 MAP.  Available now.

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