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3D printed in white nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
Wise rock guitar players protect their hearing. Their expensive earplugs can now be conveniently kept on the guitar itself. This small holder fits most guitars on the body or the back of the headstock so the plugs are always clean and ready for use. It will not interfere with your playing and the guitar still fits into its case as usual with the earplugs at hand .
I recommend using the expensive high fidelity hearing protectors. The ones with a central plastic stick (Hearo's) are perfect. Cheaper foam ones are shown here for visibility.
Black colour will blend with most paint schemes. You will need a bit of good double-face tape to secure it to the guitar. Stick it to the holder and trim it to match the shape before sticking it to the instrument.
Here is a tip, plug only the ear that mostly faces the drummer. This will leave your other ear to listen to the sounds you make. Drums and cymbals can be really loud but you still need to hear the blend. Protect the most vulnerable ear.