The String Cleaner By ToneGear To Exhibit At Winter NAMM 2019 Show In Anaheim California With Exc
Premier stringed instrument accessory company The String Cleaner by ToneGear will be at Winter NAMM 2019.
By: Social Sher
ToneGear will be exhibiting at booth #7806 and will be running NAMM show special pricing throughout the show. ToneGear will be offering 10% off dealer, distributor and export pricing for orders that include two skus and 20% off for orders that include three. This offer is only valid if order is provided in person at the ToneGear booth. The String Cleaner has proven to be the ultimate solution to maintaining strings. Furthermore, it avoids using any liquids or chemicals that can actually harm the instrument. The String Cleaner is a device that consists of cleanable microfiber pads that provide long term, low maintenance use and therefore is not a disposable item. Bass Player magazine once quoted The String Cleaner to by "a groundbreaking string-cleaning product" while Gibson Guitars was known for saying "This is one of those ideas that makes you wonder, "Why didn't I think of that?"".
The attention of the product has attracted people like David "Big D" Lamont, the guitar tech for guitar icon Joe Bonamassa and Eddie Ojeda, one of the guitarists for Twisted Sister and Dave Roe, the bass player for the late Johnny Cash. The beauty of The String Cleaner is that it has become a major hit not only with guitar and bass players and ToneGear has recently created a new version for violin and viola. The String Cleaner was built to match the size of the instrument. ToneGear sells The String Cleaner in most major music instrument retailers such as Guitar Center, Sam Ash, Amazon just to name a few. The product is popular all over the world as retailers proudly sell it. The opportunity at the NAMM show is to bring more musicians and retailers together to find a better way to maintain strings and cut costs.
There will be hundreds of artists performing, speaking and doing demos at the NAMM show. ToneGear will be running campaigns to invite all NAMM artist performers that play guitar, bass and violin to visit booth #7806 and to get their strings cleaned for free throughout the event. Since the convention is so large and there is so much going on it can become stressful to worry about how to maintain the instrument. ToneGear gladly will support fellow artists at the show.
The String Cleaner by ToneGear is an international company based out of Brooklyn, NY that has been serving musicians and music retailers for many years. They can be found at http://thestringcleaner.com/