They look like REAL inlay! For Guitar and Bass, Ukulele more...
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All of our products is in-house product by captive factory.
We consistently carry out planning / artwork / production / sales under our own brand
Head Office: Inlaysticker's Jockomo Inc.
18001 Old Cutler Rd Ste 454 Miami FL. 33157
Japan Branch: #205 Linefeltz-Fukai 3232-1 Fukaisawamachi Naka-Ku, Sakai-City, Osaka, Japan ZIP 599-8236
Most products shown here on this web site are in stock and available for purchase, ready for shipping from our two locations.
The products made by the player, for the players.
Established in 2007
Inlaystickers will not get caught under your fingers while playing.
No Adhesive is left behind if you peel off the sticker(Decals).
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Jockomo's Inlay Sticker
It's been a cutting while printing in same process.
It cannot produce same pattern by this way.
So, result in the generation of various designs.
About The Color
We print various "Mother of Pearl" or Shell types(Abalone) of designs: Yellows, Reds and Greens. On a base of White Silver, I'm making use of a natural shine, which allows it to simulate and imitate actual inlay.
We don't use a material sheet as your expectation.
Our factory makes these things in a very specific way.
To put it shortly, we are doing two things(printing & cutting) in same process.
We adjust the color to each design of products.
About Inlay Stickers
I produced "InlayStickers" from my experience as a guitarist.
My story begins back in 2003 when I was asked to perform for a special event on an Electric Nylon-String Guitar. It had no position markers and it is difficult for me to play accurately without them.
So, I bought stickers that were sold in a stationery shop and applied them to the finger board. However, they were too thick and got caught on my fingers.
I searched but no super-thin sticker like I wanted was available at the time, anywhere.
I thought I'd use some of my experience and could make them myself.
I also wondered if it would be possible to have them LOOK like genuine inlay.
This idea triggered the eventual production of all my "Inlay Stickers".
Through various trials and testing with a factory that deals with the PET material, success was finally achieved.
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