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Planet Waves adds to guitar accessories range
Planet Waves has revealed details of a new list of guitar straps and picks.
The company is bringing out a new range of licensed accessories, which are to feature bands such as The Who and Kiss.
Lynyrd Skynyrd and Motley Crue artwork is also going to feature on the guitar straps and picks, reports MI-Pro.
It follows the success of Planet Waves previous artist ranges, which included The Beatles.
Brian Vance, Planet Waves' senior product manager, said: "A guitar strap is an easy way for a musician to show their support for their favourite band.
"Like a T-shirt, it's a way to show your colours and support the scene."
Another Planet Waves artist-endorsed guitar strap is the Satriani Up In Flames product.
This features the company's patented lock system which fits securely on a guitar's end pins, meaning that there is no need to change the hardware on the musical instrument.
Posted on 22 Aug 2010 09:49 to category : Instruments News
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