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August 5, 2004
DR HandMade Strings added the new "Hi-Voltage" Signature Strings to their product line.
Dime has been playing DR Strings since 1995 and calls them his "strings of strength". He says "I like the way DR Strings feel and react, you can really get a grip on them. They're great for everything from big ol' string bends, to huge whammy bar dives."
"Hi-Voltage" are a premium "treated" nickel-plated string wound on a hex core. They're available in 9-42, 9-46, 9-50, 10-46, 10-52 and 11-50 and are available now.
For more information, visit their web site at www.drstrings.com