GHS Launches Andrew Molina Signature Series Ukulele Strings

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Battle Creek, MI, 18th July 2017 – GHS Strings is proud to announce the latest set to be added to their Artist Curated Series of Ukulele Strings is the Andrew Molina Signature Set.

Andrew Molina is an up and coming ukulele virtuosos named in 2016, by Ukulele Magazine as one of five artists to watch. His recent Ukulele compositions have been used in promotional videos for Ocean Vodka and Hawaiian Airlines and selected for a soon to be released movie track. Mentored by the internationally renowned Jake Shimabukuro, Andrew is a new breed of Ukulele player, blending the traditional music of Hawaii with pop, rock, latin and jazz.

This latest set of Artist Curated Series Ukulele Strings have been handpicked by Andrew and are suitable for tenor ukuleles. Andrew chose fluorocarbon strings for their bright, punchy tone and stiff feel, which makes them ideally suited for Andrew’s physical strumming. These strings are now available, MSRP $10.79.

To find more about the Andrew Molina Signature Set of Ukulele Strings and all the other GHS products please visit

About GHS Strings:

GHS Strings has been at the forefront of string innovation for more than fifty years. This family owned business, based in Battle Creek, Michigan manufactures strings for a wide range of instruments including electric & acoustic guitar, bass guitar, classical guitar, mandolin, banjo and more. GHS is widely known as the signature sound of a number of key artists including David Gilmour (Pink Floyd), Flea (Red Hot Chili Peppers), P-Nut (311), Warren Haynes (Gov’t Mule), Travis Tritt, Bonnie Raitt and Muriel Anderson. GHS utilize their knowledge and experience to select the highest quality materials and proprietary manufacturing processes to ensure their strings have world-class tone with an extended performance. When you play GHS, you play with the best.

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