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Right now, Cleartone Brand Guitar Strings is promoting their new line of strings for acoustic and electric guitars by giving a set free to Harmony Central visitors. The first 500 people to sign up will get a free set of strings in the mail, choosing either a set of electric .010-.046 or acoustic in .012-.054.
Cleartone Strings is a new brand of guitar strings that feature a unique coating that is at least 1,000 times thinner than the thinnest competing coating according to the company. Cleartone calls this coating EMP (Enhanced Molecular Protection) and says the Treatment helps maintain the natural feel and sound of guitar strings while prolonging string life. "Our coating bonds on the molecular level so nothing flakes off from hard strumming and they feel and sound like a natural set without the coated feeling" says Joe Iacobellis, Marketing for Cleartone Strings. "
To sign up for your free set, go to www.cleartonestrings.com/freestrings.asp. We suggest you hurry however, as only 500 sets will be given away.
For more information, visit their web site at www.cleartonestrings.com