Middle Atlantic Products ClawItem ID: Claw
Studio Cable Holder with Accessories
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Get A Grip On Unruly Cable Proliferation With the Claw!Get your work space organized and your cables out from under foot with this handy wall mount patch cable hanger. Unique dual-sized "claw" provides handy storage for cables and test leads of all sizes. Side trays hold loose items. You'll wonder how you ever got around without it!
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Reviewsbased on 2 reviews
WORKS VERY WELL
by Ney Mello from USA'Just received this unit and it works extremely well with al my professional mogami xlr microphone cables, David Kulka custom xlrs Vintage hardware cables, Accusound Sliver studio Pro mic cables, Moga... read more [+]mi guitar cords, and monster cable guitar cords. I don't use patch bays to prevent degradation so the unit is attached to the back of one of the studio wood slanted racks. The unit is industrial grade metal and thoroughly professional. The little side trays are wonderful for loose items like headphone adaptors or other types of plug adaptors you may have to switch from time to time...They will be where you want them at your fingertips. Highly recommended! close [-]
October 18, 2011
Music Background: Professional recording artist, producer, rec.engineer, author, educator.
by fromit didn't serve the purpose I had hoped. I wanted something that would hold all my guitar cables. But the spokes are so tiny, and the distance between them so small, that it barely fits them and it's ... read more [+]a hassle to get them on. Kind of cool idea, it just isn't executing the concept well. close [-]
June 20, 2011
Music Background: touring/session musician
Phillip, Lynwood, IL