Xotic Introduces Line of Guitar and Bass Strings

The guitar strings are offered in Hex Core and nickel plated varieties.

Van Nuys, CA (August 5, 2014) -- For nearly two decades Xotic has been continuously creating products that have been well received by professional and amateur musicians. Based upon many hours of research, Xotic introduces it’s own brand of guitar and bass strings. The Xotic Guitar strings were created using a steel hex core and nickel-plated steel. We also offer Xotic Bass strings in nickel-plated, stainless steel and 33" scale. Our strings offer excellent tuning stability with superb durability for long life and reduced string breakage.

Xotic guitar and bass strings will be available at our dealers beginning July 2014. Retail price for Xotic Guitar strings is $12.00. Xotic Bass strings retail for $33, $35 and $36.

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