Posted by Admin on 18 May 2015

 

Forget for one moment the one-handed capo, the ultra-durable soft-shell flight case or the cunning iPad mount that attaches to your mic stand and doubles as a coffee holder. They’re all good, but how far do they make it up the list of the Best Money Ever Spent?

Not as far as this...

If your church is serious about people leaving church with a smile on their face, all their lost property in their pockets and a perfect metaphor for the unending love and care of our Father in heaven, then surely you’ll be wanting to get yourself one of these puppies.

What better solution to preacher who always forgets their notes or the bassist who keeps on forgetting their set list?

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