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Schaumburg, IL, United States, 2008/08/07 - "Belt-Buckle Rash" is a term that has been coined by Musicians to describe the damage that is inflicted on the back of a guitar by belt-buckles, buttons and most often by pocket rivets. Scratch Pad® is a, NON-ADHESIVE guitar finish protector.
During a recent trip to Nashville for the 2008 Summer NAMM Show, the Scratch Pad, Llc Staff dutifully volunteered to tour every one of the 30 honky-tonks on the 2-block stretch of Broadway known as "The Strip."
The 'Rebel Yell' in many of those honky-tonks was "HELL YEAH." The Band would yell "HELL YEAH" at the crowd and the crowd would yell "HELL YEAH" right back at them. Most of the time we could hear the "HELL YEAH" from a half block away.
All of this inspired us to create a "HELL YEAH" Scratch Pad for Guitarist to "Flash" at their audience for inspiration. Although we've only heard this Rebel Yell south of the Mason-Dixon line, we believe that it will catch on in a lot of the "Yankee" bars up north as well.
If you're not famliiar with "flashing," you can see Johnny Hiland demonstrate the Scratch Pad "Flash" via the associated URL.
Scratch Pad is an attractive, durable, NON-ADHESIVE finish protector, which is easily applied, removed and re-applied to another instrument in seconds.
Scratch Pad's durable, multi-layered design shields your instruments from the scratches, dings and impact-divots caused by belt buckles, snaps and pocket rivets.
Scratch Pad's patented 'Micro-Pore Copolymer', trademarked Sof-Cling™ allows Scratch Pad to cling gently but securely without the use of adhesives, elastic bands or vinyl films.
Scratch Pad has been shaped and sized to accommodate the most vulnerable wear areas of all body styles from the classic Les Pauls, Strats, Telecasters and SGs to the more distinctive shape of the 'Flying V', Warlock, etc.
Scratch Pad may also be trimmed to accommodate those unusual/custom body designs or custom cut for use as a removable pick-guard.