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Three Wild New Satriani Straps & Chrome Dome Pick [ Summer NAMM 2007 ]

United States
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Culled from the Master’s Private Book of Designs

FARMINGDALE, NY, July 27, 2007 — Guitarist Joe Satriani gives us another peak into his sketchbook with the introduction of three new Planet Waves Joe Satriani Signature Straps. Joe and Planet Waves continue their collaboration with the new Chrome Dome Pick and the result will make his fans very pleased.

The new JS straps are fully-adjustable and are constructed from premium, wide tubular nylon material for flexibility and durability. The new designs, Skulls, Creatures and Spaceman, offer guitarists a choice of edgy, fashionable and comfortable straps showcasing quirky art from Satriani’s own pen. Already a wildly successful line, the JS signature strap collection now goes over the top with three wild new graphics.

And Planet Waves offers yet another unique chance to share Joe Satriani’s vision with the introduction of the Chrome Dome Pick, designed and used by the master guitarist. The player can pick, scrape, drag, slide, scratch and hammer a chrome dome pick and elicit the same sounds that have made Satriani so recognizable. The Chrome Dome Pick package comes with useful audio and video “tips and tricks” demos from Satriani himself. The package is nicely rounded out with four exclusive art picks for eliciting sounds just like Joe’s.

“The new strap designs and the Chrome Dome pick perfectly round out the Planet Waves Satriani signature line,” enthuses Planet Waves Senior Product Manager, Brian Vance. “Planet Waves is proud that, once again, Joe is sharing his provocative art and vital tools for obtaining his unique sounds.”

Planet Waves Joe Satriani signature straps will available in August, 2007 and retail for $29.95

The Joe Satriani Chrome Dome Picks will be available in August, 2007 and retail for xx.
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