D’ADDARIO UNVEILS BUNDLES OF JOY FOR THE HOLIDAYS

D’Addario Electric and Acoustic Strings Bundled with Favorite Planet Waves Items Make the Perfect Gifts for Your Favorite Musicians
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Just in time for the holiday season, D’Addario and Planet Waves are excited to announce their new electric and acoustic guitar bundles, the perfect gifts for your favorite guitarists!

D’Addario’s most popular XL Electric guitar string and Phosphor Bronze Acoustic string promo-packs will contain 10 sets of strings and a FREE Planet Waves Pro-Winder! The ultimate restringing tool, the patented Pro-Winder is a high-quality peg winder with a built-in string clipper and stretcher. The Pro-Winder is a Planet Waves best-seller and is the perfect tool for all guitarists.

10 sets of D’Addario Pure Nickel Electric guitar string models including EXL110, EXL115 and EXL120 will each be bundled with Planet Waves’ best-selling Pro-Winder to retail for $76.60, while 10 sets of D’Addario Phosphor Bronze acoustic guitar string sets including EJ16, EJ26, and EJ17 will each be bundled with Planet Waves’ Pro-Winder to retail for $109.40.

In addition, D’Addario’s XL Electric guitar string or Phosphor Bronze Acoustic guitar string three-packs will include three sets of strings and a 10-pack assortment of authentic tour picks from select D’Addario artists such as Joe Satriani, Vince Gill, Pat Metheny, Mark Tremonti, Anthrax, and more!

Three of D’Addario’s most popular XL Electric guitar string gauges including EXL110, EXL115 and EXL120 and three of D’Addario’s most popular Phosphor Bronze Acoustic guitar string gauges including EJ16, EJ26, and EJ17 will be bundled with artist guitar picks available for a variety of artists including:

Dave Navarro & Chris Chaney

Earl Slick

The Damned Things

Anthrax

Joe Satriani

Roger Waters

Mark Tremonti

Lou Reed

Brian Setzer

Motorhead

The electric guitar string and pick packs will retail for $24.20. The acoustic guitar string and pick packs will retail for $34.75. Available acoustic artist picks are:

Ben Harper

Pat Metheny

Gloriana

Jackie Greene

One Republic

Brooks & Dunn

Vince Gill

Willie NElson

Crosby, Stills & Nash

Train

All bundles are available for a limited time only and while supplies last. For more information on D’Addario and Planet Waves, please visit www.daddario.com and www.planetwaves.com.

D’Addario & Company, Inc. designs, manufactures, and markets complete lines of strings for fretted and bowed musical instruments, drumheads, drumsticks, drum practice pads, and guitar and woodwind accessories under the proprietary brand names D’Addario, Planet Waves, Rico, Evans Drumheads, Pro-Mark Drumsticks, and PureSound Percussion. The company also runs theLessonroom.com and Guitar.com. D’Addario products are marketed in approximately 120 countries.

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