Hosa Technology Goby Labs Thingy Series


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Hosa Technology Goby Labs Thingy Series

Guitar and iPad stands
The Goby Labs Guitar-hook Thingy can comfortably reside in most electric guitar cases during transport. Attach a guitar hook to most tripod microphone stands. Featuring a patent-pending pole grip that forms a closed loop around most mic stands, the Guitar-hook Thingy relies on the strength and leverage of the microphone stand. The Stand-top Thingy for iPad is derived from the GBX-300 Tablet Frame for iPad. It features a compact stand adaptor instead of the Goby Labs pole grip for portability and simplicity. Designed to fit both U.S.- and European-style microphone stands, it provides the ability to attach the iPad directly to any microphone stand, turning that stand into an electronic tablet-driven music stand. It utilizes a thumb-release ball joint that enables precise placement of the iPad screen and is compatible with 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation iPad tablets.
714-522-8878
sales@hosatech.com
www.hosatech.com


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