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Core One Creative announces the reintroduction of the Këpur Zero.Pro Wireless Strap. Setting aside conventional rules for strap design, the performer strap boast the latest in guitar strap technology for those with wireless transmitters. The Zero.Pro, first introduced in 2002, features a wireless holder, speed clips attached to end pieces that make strap locks un-necessary, and strap material made from "Këpurthane", an almost indestructible material that is capable of taking 280 lbs of pulling pressure, will not absorb moisture, and is guaranteed for life to not break.
Ted J. McCann, president of Core One Creative Inc., invented the strap in 2001 attaching a Velcro system that was created to replace duct tape or gaff tape traditionally used to hold a wireless in place. The patented design, which was included in the Këpur line of indestructible straps, is used on stage by musicians such as Don Donegan of Disturbed, "Doc" from God Forbid, and other notables who take aggressive measures with their instruments.
The Zero.Pro also takes into account the active playing associated with gigs. With Zero.Clips, which are sold separate to the one pair that comes standard with the strap, any musician can change instruments with speed clips, while not having to change straps, at the drop of a dime. It is as easy as releasing the two clips at the top and bottom on the base of the guitar, unplugging your wireless transmitter, if necessary, and clipping on your next instrument. No strap locks are necessary with a Këpur Strap.