DR Strings Introduces USA Flag NEON Strings

In coordination with legendary guitarist and DR Strings’ artist Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, 10% of the sales proceeds will benefit the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF).

Emerson, NJ (June 5, 2014) -- DR Strings celebrates the Fourth of July with new USA Flag NEON Red, White and Blue color coated guitar and bass string sets. In coordination with legendary guitarist and DR Strings’ artist Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, 10% of the sales proceeds will benefit the Special Operations Warrior Foundation (SOWF). Baxter notes, “The SOWF guarantees a college education and/or support for sons and daughters of Special Forces parents who have fallen in the line of duty.”

DR’s NEON string line is designed to last 3-4 times longer than regular uncoated strings. As with DR’s other NEON sets, USA Flag NEON Red, White and Blue is the first set available that glows under any UV light source allowing players to demonstrate their patriotic pride. NEON strings will not flake or deteriorate under normal use. Players will not sacrifice tone or genuine round wound feel with while playing on DR’s proprietary K3 coated guitar and bass strings. DR’s USA Flag NEON Red, White and Blue sets are shipping now to retailers around the world. DR’s USA Flag NEON Red, White and Blue sets are available in a variety of gauges for electric, acoustic and bass guitar. Separately, NEON Red and NEON Blue sets are also available in a solid color set for standard electric, acoustic and bass guitar gauges.

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