BLACK LABEL SOCIETY Guitarist NICK CATANESE Teams Up With DEAN MARKLEY

Dean Markley USA has announced the release of the new Nick Catanese signature set of guitar strings. This collaboration offers select gauges from the Dean Markley Helix line of strings, as used by the BLACK LABEL SOCIETY guitarist. The strings will be available worldwide through local dealers and online retailers.

The new Helix string uses a precise elliptical shape for the winding wires; eliminating the need for coatings, treatments or frivolous alloys. The new shape required a new hyper-elliptical winding process resulting in an increased number of wraps along the length of the string. More wraps, more mass. More mass, more tone. By using an elliptical wire, the gap between windings is diminished to help prevent buildup of sweat, grime and dirt. Additional benefits of the elliptical wraps are a smoother feel and less string noise without sacrificing brilliance, resonance and tone.

Catanese is the rhythm/lead guitarist for the American heavy metal band BLACK LABEL SOCIETY. Alongside BLS founder Zakk Wylde, Catanese has toured the world in support of nine studio albums, one live release and three video DVDs. Recognized for his unique ability to double Wylde's playing style and hold his own ground with him on stage, Nick has earned the "Evil Twin" moniker from Wylde himself.

For more information, please visit www.DeanMarkley.com.

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