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ThroBak Unveils Vintage Choice Balanced Medium Acoustic Guitar Strings

Geared for players who want a more balanced feel and a popular choice for DADGAD or standard tuning.

Grand Rapids, MI (October 19, 2015) -- Introducing new ThroBak Vintage Choice Balanced Medium Acoustic Guitar strings for players who want a more balanced feel and a popular choice for DADGAD or standard tuning. Available in Round and Hex Core configurations.

ThroBak Vintage Choice round core acoustic strings are wound with 92/8 Phosphor Bronze. The round core gives a distinctive warm, full sound that any fan of round wound acoustic strings will immediately recognize. The added low end sweetness the round core adds makes these a popular choice for strummers and pickers. FlatLock technology ensures that all round core strings maintain tight, uniform winds. Increasingly rare, ThroBak is proud to be one of just a few companies still offering acoustic round core strings.

ThroBak Vintage Choice hex core acoustic strings have an added treble presence to the wound strings that make them the go to string for most acoustic players. Wound with the highest quality 92/8 Phosphor Bronze assuring the best possible tone and longevity. Made in U.S.A. using only the finest U.S.A. wire.

ThroBak Vintage Choice strings are custom made by a small two man machine shop with a 45+ year history of making precision string winding machines and custom guitar strings. Enjoy the longevity and tuning stability from a premium guitar string with ThroBak guitar strings.

Since 2004 ThroBak Electronics has brought the best of vintage tone back to the guitar player of today. Through our lines of vintage inspired effects, period accurate pickups and electric and acoustic guitar strings, the ThroBak team is committed to making the highest quality, USA made effects, pickups and strings possible. ThroBak believes that delivering the highest quality every time is what customers expect and deserve. We work every day to deliver on this promise by making tonal tools that inspire us and our customers.

Pricing information: $9.25 (set), $24.98 (3-pack) and $44.40 (6-pack)

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