New Gear: The Rock Lock

GoofyDawg

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Folks, thought I share something that I just came across that will be a boon for gigging guitarists' security. It's called the Rock Lock by The Rock Lock Company, and I think it'll set a lot of players' minds at ease about getting their axes stolen. The principle is similar to a laptop locking tether. The idea is so simple! But I haven't seen anything like it to date.

In any case, I also did a quick write-up on it on my blog: New Gear: The Rock Lock « Guitar Gear

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Have you actually had a chance to try the product - determine is quality, ease of use, etc? Or are you basing your opinion on the genreal idea (which is a good idea)?

Any affiliation to the company?
 

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Have you actually had a chance to try the product - determine is quality, ease of use, etc? Or are you basing your opinion on the genreal idea (which is a good idea)?

Any affiliation to the company?
:hmm: Ah, I thought it was against the rules for a general member to advertize their business in their signature?? OH and the review of the product in your web site?? Good questions. :hmm:
 

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Have you actually had a chance to try the product - determine is quality, ease of use, etc? Or are you basing your opinion on the genreal idea (which is a good idea)?

Any affiliation to the company?
No affiliation to the company. :) It was just an announcement (though reading back, it sure looks like it, so I apologize). I haven't tried it yet, but it's exciting to me as a gigging musician to be able to lock up my guitars at gigs. Check out the site and see the details on the product.
 

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I see that gizmo comes with a cable/chain thing. Does the other end go to one of these?



 

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Meh, I don't see the big deal about advertising in the sig anyways... Maybe he has some sort of affiliation, It's possible.
 

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Meh, I don't see the big deal about advertising in the sig anyways... Maybe he has some sort of affiliation, It's possible.
+1. I wasn't sure how the rule was being enforced lately.
 

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Also I never got the crackdown on members with no affiliation with a certain business, advertising. If a business is good enough for their customers to want to advertise, shouldn't we be promoting them anyways? Like jonesy for example.
 

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:hmm: Ah, I thought it was against the rules for a general member to advertize their business in their signature?? OH and the review of the product in your web site?? Good questions. :hmm:
:) It's not even a business. It's a blog. I get information and I share it not for my benefit, but for others as well.
 

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Looks like a good idea to me.

Also I never got the crackdown on members with no affiliation with a certain business, advertising. If a business is good enough for their customers to want to advertise, shouldn't we be promoting them anyways? Like jonesy for example.
You can if you do it like in my sig. You just can't have their actual logo's in your sig.
 


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