#1
Found this great new cable lock (tethering device)!

It is called the Jerkstopper JS013. It is available from the web site
www.jerkstopper.ca Click on the JS Products button.
There is a small stretchable cable attached to the "clamp" that will lock onto your guitar cable. Hook the stretchable part to the button for the strap. This will keep the cable from coming out of your guitar when played vigorously and will prevent damage to the jack in the guitar!
They will deliver by Post anywhere in North America.
You can pay with Paypal.
Check it out. For $15 you could save a lot of headaches.
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#2
Quote by gdcurler
Found this great new cable lock (tethering device)!

It is called the Jerkstopper JS013. It is available from the web site
www.jerkstopper.ca Click on the JS Products button.
There is a small stretchable cable attached to the "clamp" that will lock onto your guitar cable. Hook the stretchable part to the button for the strap. This will keep the cable from coming out of your guitar when played vigorously and will prevent damage to the jack in the guitar!
They will deliver by Post anywhere in North America.
You can pay with Paypal.
Check it out. For $15 you could save a lot of headaches.



The guy at Jerkstopper tells me they are looking for retailers. So, send them an email if you know a shop that may be interested.
#3
This new Jerkstopper JS013 is available at Little Shop of Guitars in Guelph.
More retailers to follow.
#4
1. How is this any better than slinging your cable around your strap?

2. This looks a whole lot like spam. Reported.
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#5
Thanks for the question Souperman08,
If you are getting near the end of the length of your cable due to "vigorous" playing, the Jerkstopper will take the strain off your axe jack and the cable. Quite possibly preventing damage to either. Better to be safe than sorry. Cheap insurance for your $800 guitar and $75 cable me thinks.