With texts, tweets, posts, blogs, Skype and OMG phone calls, your phone alone can be a distraction from focusing on making your music. You know when you can look inside to really let your creativity flow. Be it when you’re in your quiet place at 3AM by candle light or at full volume under the bright stage lights with your crew, Hogjim, Kyle Koster’s creation and the Mongolian word for music, their guitar straps, pick holders and t-shirts help focus on making the magic happen.

Hogjim – The Mongolian word for music

With their straps, available in black or white, their proprietary quick connect system  gives you a no-fumbling, secure connection between your strap and strap button. They fit most end strap buttons easily without adjustment and the over molded high-quality TPE material will leave your guitar unscathed. The last thing you want to worry when you’re rocking is your guitar coming off the strap, but with your Hogjim, you’re good, so rock on!

Even more coolness is their patented pick holder, the Pik Tik. The Pik Tik, available in black or orange, lets you to easily switch between fingerpicking and strumming, which helps give you veteran song writer song dynamics. The Pik Tik is held to your guitar pick guard by suction (how cool is that?!) and it holds your pick 90 degrees / perpendicular to your guitar’s face.  Whether you insert the pick just a tiny bit or up to its full five millimeters available, it will securely be held in place. The Pik Tik can simply be removed after playing or stay on your guitar as a pick holder; either way it will not damage your guitar’s surface.

Allows you to easily switch between fingerpicking and strummin’

Any way you look at it, the Pik Tik is both practical and functional as it gives you a quick and easy way to help your technique of going from finger-style to flat-picking. Experienced veteran players make this switching skill look easy, but can take years to learn. With the Pik Tik, it will help you master this talent much, much quicker and easier.

And with the Pik Tik, you get a Hogjim guitar pick to boot!

It will help you master this talent

With their T-shirt, you’ll just look all the cooler. “Oh my Hogjim? Yes, those ‘in the know’ are all using them.”

So with the Hogjim easy-to-use, secure straps, the secret weapon Pik Tik pick holder (with the Hogjim pick included), and uber cool T-shirt, you’ll be able to focus on making your magic come alive.

For more info, see www.hogjim.com

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Steve McKinley is the bass player for Joel Kosche (of Collective Soul) in his solo band and for the Led Zeppelin tribute Led Zeppelified.

He’s been part of the Atlanta music scene for years playing in bands (i.e. Julius Pleaser, Sid Vicious Experience, Pretty Vacant et al) and has recorded and toured throughout the Southeast. His songs have been played on the radio, he has appeared on television and is an ASCAP member.

With his electronics skills and experience, he runs Atlanta Tube Amp and Steve McKinley Electronics and is an Instructor on JamPlay.com.

He roots for Atlanta United, works on cars and drinks his coffee strong, hot and black.

He can be found on his sites, Facebook, Instagram and Linkedin.

www.atlantatubeamp
www.tubescreamermods.com

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