Entrepreneur Chris Goulet thought he had a pretty good idea when he sketched down a drawing for a way to lock up his guitar after his roommate "borrowed" it without his permission, again. It was during an entrepreneurial class in business school when he figured out that this idea might actually make business sense. With the official release of the Rock Lock, guitarists everywhere can keep their instruments safe in just three simple steps: Loop, Load, and Lock. "It really seemed simple to me," said Goulet, owner and founder of the Rock Lock Company. "Guitar theft is typically a crime of opportunity, and happens at bar and club gigs, in band rooms, dorms, and even at home. I was surprised there was nothing out there to prevent this, so I sketched out an idea, developed the business plan in school, and here we are today." The Rock Lock allows you to secure your guitar to anything convenient to where you are. For example: an amplifier, drum kit, speaker or park bench. All you have to do is follow the easy three step process:1. Loop the cable attachment around any fixed structure or large piece of equipment.2. Load the Rock into the Lock.3. Lock the Rock Lock and go sign autographs. "I'm a musician myself and know how valuable the Rock Lock can be," Goulet added. "I really believe that any musician who appreciates their great guitars will be sold on it for life. Is your neck worth saving?!" For more information on the Rock Lock or to find out how to purchase, please visit www.therocklockcompany.com.
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