Planet Waves, in collaboration with Ultimate Support, is pleased to announce an exciting partnership on a new accessory bundle available for the 2011 Holiday Season.  Available in the top selling string set gauges for electric, acoustic and bass guitars, these bundles contain an ideal assortment of items suitable for beginners and professionals alike, the perfect gift for your favorite musician this holiday season!

The acoustic and electric guitar bundles feature the pro-quality Ultimate Support GS-55 guitar stand, a Planet Waves Mini-Headstock tuner, a 10-pack of Planet Waves medium celluloid picks, and one set of D’Addario Phosphor Bronze Light Acoustic guitar strings or D’Addario Pure Nickel Regular Light Electric guitar strings.  The Acoustic Guitar Bundle retails for $79.99, while the Electric Guitar Bundle retails for $74.99.

The bass bundle includes pro-quality Ultimate Support GS-55 guitar stand, a Planet Waves Mini-Headstock tuner and a set of D’Addario EXL170 Nickel Round Wound bass strings.  The Bass Guitar Bundle retails for $89.99.  An outstanding value, these bundles are sure to please even the most demanding player!

“Show how much you really love that musician in your life this holiday season,” says D’Addario Product Specialist, Brian Johnson. “These bundles take the guesswork out of buying gifts for musicians with a pack of gear they’re sure to love.”

For more information on Ultimate Support, please visit  For more information on D’Addario, please visit, and for more information on Planet Waves, please visit

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 and  D’Addario products are marketed in approximately 120 countries.


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