December 17, 2009

GHS Strings has introduced new “coated” strings for electric and bass guitar.  The famous Boomers strings are now offered in a coated version, bringing extended performance life with enhanced powerful tone.

GHS Coated Boomers are manufactured from pure materials, free of environment damaging chemical processes.  The finest nickel plated steel wire is coated using a finely regulated process.  This unique technology coats the outer wires which are then wrapped around a high quality core wire producing a string that has outstanding extended performance life with powerful tone. The plain steel strings are also coated to give a well balanced feel. 

“Boomers have been the top selling string for GHS for many years,” said company President Russ McFee.  “We are proud to offer the same great tone in a coated string that should please most players.”

The coated version of Boomers is being introduced in new GHS Fresh Pack™ airtight packaging that locks out air and moisture to prevent string corrosion. This new foil wrap packaging insures that the strings are as perfect as the day they were made.

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GHS Strings Introduces New Packaging

GHS Strings has just introduced new packaging designed to insure freshness and to preserve quality delivery of their string products. 

Called the GHS Fresh Pack™ the new airtight packaging technology locks out air and moisture to prevent string corrosion.

Every GHS string is manufactured in a state-of-the-art humidity controlled factory for consistent intonation and the highest quality sound. GHS is promoting this new packaging line as “Made Pure To Endure” pointing out the dependability of quality and the effort to insure that the strings are as perfect as the day they were made.

This new foil wrap packaging is now available on GHS electric, acoustic and bass guitar strings. 

GHS Strings is located in Battle Creek, Michigan.  For more information visit their website at

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