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MusicNomad Introduces Cradle Cube – New For NAMM 2015

MusicNomad Introduces Cradle Cube - New For NAMM 2015

New For NAMM 2015 from MusicNomad, the Cradle Cube

MusicNomad Equipment Care introduces the Cradle Cube a multi-sided, multi-angled, soft gel neck support cradle to securely hold all guitars, ukuleles, orchestral strings and other instruments in place while repairing and maintaining them. “We developed the Cradle Cube because we couldn’t find a neck cradle that was safe on all finishes, could support a multitude of heights and was affordable,” says Rand Rognlien, product designer and CEO of MusicNomad. The Cradle Cube’s innovative soft gel is safe on all finishes including nitrocellulose and has 5 different angles to choose from to customize to your needs. It’s the ONLY neck support you need if you repair gear. Flip it over and it acts as a caddy for tools and cleaning supplies. This is a great tool for musicians, repair shops, guitar techs and any repair bench.   The Cradle Cube retails between $19.99 and $22.99.

About MusicNomad:

MusicNomad Equipment Care products launched in 2010 are found in over 700 US Dealers and 30 countries. Their award winning guitar, drum and cymbal care products are used in the factories of Taylor, Tom Anderson, Vigier and Eastman Strings in addition to DW Drum and more. In 2013, they won Best in Show for Add-Ons and Accessories at NAMM and the annual Music Inc Product Excellence award for Guitar ONE all in one guitar cleaner, polish and wax voted on by music retailers. Band and Orchestra, Piano/Keyboard care products were added in August and their line of humidification products continues to expand to meet growing demand. A portion of all equipment care sales funds, a musicians’ advocacy website. Thousands of musicians each month navigate the vast music industry by providing vetted resources, tips and articles to help further their careers. Web site categories range from how to tips on touring, band rehearsal studios, musician health, support services and more.

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