New DR Strings
About DR Strings:
DR Strings has always believed that quality products trump everything. This belief is one of the major reasons that all of their strings are made by hand. What's the benefit of handmade strings? Simply put, strings that are made by hand sound better than their machine wound counterparts, and for over 20 years, DR has been crafting handmade strings for amateurs and professionals alike.
DR Strings are crafted on the principals of good old-fashioned, made in America craftsmanship. The incredible quality of these strings has made them must haves for legends such as Sting and Adam Clayton of U2, along with modern rockers like the guys in Coheed & Cambria, Muse, and Vampire Weekend. With so many amazing names using these strings, it's no wonder you want a couple sets for yourself.
DR Strings craft strings for electric & acoustic guitars, as well as bass guitars. In fact, they might be best known for their bass guitar strings. The reason for this is because bass strings include more metal than acoustic and electric guitar strings, which really showcases the difference hand wiring makes. DR is also renowned for their colorful NEON strings. These strings actually glow under UV light! So you'll definitely be the center of attention out there on the stage. Of course, these strings are built with the same commitment to quality as all DR products, meaning they last three to four times as long as uncoated strings.
DR also offers signature strings so you can unleash the sounds and style of your favorite players. It doesn't matter if you're a fan of metal masters like Dimebag Darrel, or the funky, freak out grooves of Bootsy Collins, there is a set of signature series strings here that will be perfect for you.
DR Strings have always been on the "next level." It doesn't matter if you’re taking the stage for the first night of the tour, or just jamming at home, these strings are built to last longer, sound better, and look cooler than any other strings on the market today. All of which means these strings are just what you need.