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THE MUSIC BAR INNOVATIVE PRODUCT DESIGNS


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This is a brand new product launched by Innovative Product Designs Ltd. It is an effective acoustic guitar mute that you simply slide over the strings of your steel or nylon acoustic guitar at the saddle end to reduce significantly the instrument's volume. It's fitted in less than a second and does NOT touch the guitar body at all.


The Music Bar has been developed so that when practicing, doing drills or learning new music, all guitarists can now mute the strings quickly, simply and effectively. It's ready to use, looks great and makes a great gift for a nylon or steel string acoustic guitarist. It's also been found effective on banjos, ukeleles, mandolins, 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4 size guitars and gives excellent, consistent damping across all strings and yet retains tonal quality.


Made from rigid plastic with foam inserts it's small,


compact and hard wearing it fits neatly in the guitar case and guitarists love it as they can practice without being self conscious and parents of budding rock stars or classical guitarists can have their peaceful lives back!


It's a great product and we hope you will love it too.


www.ipdesignsltd.co.uk David@ipdesignsltd.co.uk 07939 571997


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