JHS appointed by Maloney StageGear Covers for the UK
Tuesday, 16 August 2022
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USA - JHS has been appointed as the exclusive UK distributor of Maloney Park StageGear Covers. Founded in 2017 in Wichita, Kansas by ex-musician, performer and writer Natasha Maloney Park, Maloney StageGear Covers are constructed from a high quality, robust, lightweight polyester material with a water repellent acrylic coating.
A suitable solution for protecting vulnerable instruments from dirt, dust and liquid spillage, these protective covers feature a reverse reflective silver and black stylish design. Whilst the black evokes a professional look at home, in the studio, on stage or theatre, the silver side protects vulnerable equipment from heat whilst also reflecting harmful UV rays, helping to prevent fragile instruments from fading, warping and cracking, the company says.
Maloney StageGear Covers are easily folded for storage, corners are reinforced with hemmed nylon webbing and weighted for stability, and also include ½ inch grommets for securing or joining multiple covers together.
Available for a large selection of instruments including, acoustic guitars, electric guitars and basses, amps, cabs, keyboards, effects processors/pedal boards, mixing consoles, drums, cellos, clarinets and microphones, the covers also include handy hook and loop material for a custom fit.
Natasha Maloney Park, comments: “Response to the Maloney StageGear line of products while attending the recent NAMM Show 2022 was incredible. The innovative concept behind our products has been a winner with both the consumer and institutional buyers alike, since introducing this line in 2017. We are proud and excited to share our products and concepts with UK-based musicians through JHS.”
JHS managing director Paul Smith adds: “We are so passionate about adding value to the brands in our range, and of course delighted to partner with Maloney StageGear Covers to represent and distribute this superb product which has a unique offering, being designed by musicians, and used by beginners to pros.”

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