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Dunlop Launches Heavy Core String Set with 7-String Korn's Head & Munky

Dunlop Launches Heavy Core String Set with 7-String Korn's Head & Munky

This set of Heavy Core Strings was developed with great input from Head and Munky for increased dynamic range, optimal tension when drop-tined, and incredible tuning stability when playing hard on 7-string guitars.


Working closely with Head and Munky of nu-metal architects Korn, Dunlop crafted Heavy Core Korn Guitar Strings to unlock the true potential of their 7-string guitars. These strings feature increased dynamic range, optimal tension when drop-tuned, and incredible tuning stability.

Highlights:

  • Developed in close collaboration with Munky and head
  • Carefully tailored to the tonal and tactile dynamics of 7-string guitars
  • Increased dynamic range, optimal tension when drop-tuned, and incredible tuning stability

Dunlop Heavy Core Korn Guitar Strings are available for $24.19 MSRP from your favorite retailers or directly online from jimdunlop.com.


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