Dunlop Announces Heavy Core Seven String Set

The Heavy Core Seven set was specifically developed for tonal balance and superior intonation when using standard B, B with dropped A and 1/2 step B Flat tunings.

Benicia, CA (June 28, 2011) -- Dunlop has announced the release of their latest Heavy Core Seven strings. Heavy Core Strings are uniquely designed for the player who tunes low and plays hard, built with a heavier core wire for players to really "dig in" while retaining definition and punch without modifying their instruments. The Heavy Core Seven set was specifically developed for tonal balance and superior intonation when using standard B, B with dropped A and 1/2 step B Flat tunings.

The Heavy Core Seven set, like all Dunlop strings, are 100% manufactured in Benicia, CA and packaged using corrosion-inhibiting VCI Fresh Technology.

The Heavy Core Seven set is available with the following gauges: .10, .13, .17, .28, .38, .48, .60.

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Source: Press Release

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