D’Addario, the world’s largest maker of instrument strings, has announced a partnership with Cole Clark Guitars of Melbourne, Australia that will see the prominent instrument manufacturer exclusively use D’Addario’s new EXP with NY Steel strings on their acoustic guitars.
Introduced earlier this year, D’Addario’s EXP with NY Steel strings have been engineered for unprecedented strength and pitch stability. They have been designed to deliver the ultimate in tone, strength, and longevity.
Cole Clark Guitars was founded in 2001 and currently manufacturers thirteen different styles of guitar, including their signature Fat Lady Series, a full line of 12-string acoustics, and exotic instruments like the Violap. In just over a decade of business, the premium guitar builders have attracted the likes of Jack Johnson, Johnny Marr, Ben Harper and Snow Patrol to use their products.
On the exclusive partnership, Miles Jackson, CEO of Cole Clark Guitars commented, “D’Addario’s new EXP with NY Steel strings have a great tone that lasts. They deliver our Cole Clark sound perfectly & settle quicker than any string we’ve ever tried. In all of our tests they have come out on top.”
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D’Addario & Company, Inc. is the world’s largest manufacturer of musical instrument accessories marketed under several product divisions: D’Addario Fretted and Orchestral Strings, Evans Drumheads, Promark Drumsticks, Puresound, D’Addario Woodwinds, and D’Addario/Planet Waves Accessories. A family-owned and operated business with roots dating back to the 17th century and 1,100 employees worldwide, the company manufactures 95% of its products in the U.S. employing Toyota’s Lean manufacturing principles. D’Addario musical accessories are distributed in 120 countries, serve more than 3,000 U.S. retailers, all major e-commerce sites, and are the preferred choice of professional and serious amateur musicians worldwide including Dave Matthews, Sheryl Crow, Lenny Kravitz + more.