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D’Addario Accessories Launches the Beatles Yellow Submarine 50th Anniversary Collection

D’Addario Accessories Launches the Beatles Yellow Submarine 50th Anniversary Collection

As a celebration of the animated movie, the company will release a guitar strap and pick collection that features art from the movie.

New York, NY (October 2, 2018) -- D’Addario Accessories is excited to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Yellow Submarine animated movie with a guitar strap and pick collection, featuring art from the movie. This anniversary collection comes in a collectible tin with four straps and one pick pack with three different gauges.

The straps come in four designs printed on polyester. The designs are inspired by the appearance of each Beatle in the movie. The straps come in a commemorative tin that features art, characters, and imagery from the movie.

The picks come in five designs inspired by art from the film printed in 4-color on celluloid picks. They are available in three gauges: light, medium, and heavy.

The straps are retailed at $60.00 MSRP and available October 1, 2018.

The picks are retailed at $11.00 MSRP and available October 1, 2018

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