GHS (strings)
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GHS Strings
GHS strings
TypePrivate
IndustryMusical instruments
FoundedAugust 1, 1964
Headquarters2813 Wilbur Ave Battle Creek, Michigan, 49037
Key people
Russell McFee (President)
Products
Number of employees
20 (est)
WebsiteSite

GHS Strings is an American Battle Creek, Michigan-based string manufacturer, specializing in electric and acoustic guitar and bass guitar strings. The company was founded on August 1, 1964,[1] and in 1975 was bought by Robert McFee, who is the Chairman of the Board with son, Russell McFee,[1] as President. The name GHS comes from the surnames of the company's founders -- Gould, Holcomb and Solko.[2]

In 2000, the GHS acquired guitar electronics company Rocktron, diversifying into new types of guitar equipment.[3]

Users

GHS strings are used by many musicians of varying styles, but several notable artists include:

References

  1. ^ a b Blakely, Natasha. "Hardware stores, for your small-town music needs". Battle Creek Enquirer. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "FAQ - GHS Strings". Ghsstrings.com. Retrieved 2021.
  3. ^ "The Rocktron Story". Rocktron.com.
  4. ^ "David Gilmour's Guitar String Gauges". Stringjoy.com. 2020-10-09. Retrieved .
  5. ^ June 06, Rebecca Dirks; 2012. "GALLERY: Red Hot Chili Peppers 2012 Touring Gear". Premierguitar.com. Retrieved .CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list (link)
  6. ^ "Dany Franchi". Ghsstrings.com. Retrieved 2018.

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