Big Rock Engineering Cordlok System (patent pending)
Big Rock Engineering
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A stress-relieving cord lock, strap lock, and cord wrap that makes your guitar cable easier to lock in place, your cables easier to manage, and ensures your guitar strap will stay in place.
The Cordlok System relieves the stress on your instrument cable and functions as a cord lock, strap lock, cord wrap, and more. It's designed to be fully compatible with the most popular strap locks as a cord lock and cord wrap, or can completely replace them, using the supplied, beefier screw and Fender end button. The Cordlok System is made from tough, engineered plastics that won't harm your instrument's finish.
A sound engineer's dream, it also functions as an extraordinarily versatile cable management system for studio, stage, audio, instrument, and AC applications because it eliminates the need for stiff, lint-covered Velcro, cable wraps, and the results of sticky Duct Tape residue.
Make this affordable cable management solution yours and rid yourself of fussy cables and mishaps with unplugged cords.
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Comments about Big Rock Engineering Cordlok System (patent pending):
Not worth the cost. From the picture, I thought that the ring had a catch on it so that the cordlok could move around to different cables. No, instead it uses a nylon wire tie to hold it to the cable so you have to use a cordlok on every single cable end that you want to secure, rather than moving it between cables.
If you don't already have real straplocks on your instrument, this product might offer some marginal use as a cheapy straplock with cable wrap. Or if you were willing to mount a guitar strap button to the side of your amp to secure the amp end of the cable, then it might be useful. But the plastic ring doesn't fit over Dunlop traditional-style straplock buttons, so it's utterly useless to me. You could use three 4" wire ties to do the same thing. In any case shipping it back would cost almost as much as I paid for it.