KLOTZ a.i.s. Introduces Joe Bonamassa Signature Cable

Joe Bonamassa and German cable company KLOTZ a.i.s. collaborate on a new line of guitar cables

Germany (February 17, 2011) -- German cable manufacturer KLOTZ a.i.s. announces a new addition to its signature instrument cable range. Joe Bonamassa is the latest star to contribute his ideas, expertise and name to the development of a cable. KLOTZ a.i.s. signature cables are named after top artists on the international concert and recording scene, including Scorpions guitarist Matthias Jabs and iconic bassist TM Stevens, and designed in partnership with them.

The new Joe Bonamassa Signature Cable by KLOTZ a.i.s. is available from music retailers worldwide from April 2011, as an instrument cable in lengths 3 / 4.5 / 6 / 9 metres and a patch cable in lengths 0.15/ 0.30/ 0.60 / 0.90 metres with straight or angled connectors. The new Signature Cable features the high-quality Golden Tip jack made in Germany by KLOTZ a.i.s. Recommended retail price (RRP) for a 6-m cable is approx. EUR 42.

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Source: Press Release

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