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D’Addario Accessories unveils three new products

A solderless cable kit, jack lock for Taylor guitars, and upgraded nine-volt adapter are the latest additions to D’Addario’s catalogue.

D'Addario DIY cable kit

DIY Solderless Cable Kit with Mini Plugs

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D’Addario has expanded its line of accessories with three new gadgets. Here’s a quick look at each:

DIY Solderless Cable Kit with Mini Plugs

With this DIY kit, keeping your pedalboard tidy has never been easier. Cut the cables to length, stick ’em into the plug, and weave your pedals together into a neat whole. The plugs can be configured for various angles, and also feature a Geo-Tip design for seamless signal transfer.

Each set includes ten plugs, ten inches of cable, a cable cutter, and a screwdriver.

CinchFit Acoustic Jack Lock for Taylor guitars

D'addario Cinchfit
CinchFit Acoustic Guitar Jack Lock for Taylor

Here’s something for the proud owners of Taylor guitars. D’Addario has launched a version of the CinchFit Acoustic Jack Lock designed just for Taylor models that are installed with the company’s Expression pickup system.

The CinchFit provides a hassle-free way to attach your straps to acoustic guitars that sport endpin output jacks. It loops through the tail of any guitar strap on one end, with the other attached to the output jack via a magnetic clasp. By using the weight of the instrument to its advantage, the CinchFit ensures the safety and security of your guitar.

Updated nine-volt power adapter

D'Addario 9V Adapter
D’Addario updated nine-volt adapter

The new nine-volt adapter has been upgraded to produce 500mA of power, instead of the original 300.

The DIY Solderless Cable Kit, CinchFit Jack Lock for Taylor, and updated nine-volt adapter list for $133.80, $19.95, and $14.05, respectively. For more information, check out daddario.com.

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