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The Kahler Bloodline Evolves

United States
December 11, 2007 Oceanside, CA USA – The Kahler bloodline has evolved to include the brand new 2315KK Kerry King Signature model tremolo.

Guitarist and founding member of the band Slayer, Kerry King has been a long time user of the Kahler bridges and was the first to work with Kahler as it returned to the industry two years ago. “There is no question as to how influential Kerry is to the aspiring guitar player and it is only fitting that we celebrate our relationship with his signature model” says Josh Vittek of Kahler International, Inc.

The Kerry King Signature model features an exclusive metal combination designed for insane sustain and killer tone. The bridge also sports a unique color combination of black krome, bright chrome and an indestructible Kahler KING blend to highlight the frame, saddles and cage. As with all Kahler bridges this is designed to drop onto any flat top guitar. The bridge includes onboard fine tuners and 6 way adjustable saddles: side to side for perfect string spacing; front to back for accurate intonation and up or down for ultimate action and radius matching.

The bridge will be available in March. Pricing TBD.
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