New guitar picks display from Planet Waves

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Living up to its reputation as one of the most innovative companies in the music product industry, D’Addario|Planet Waves is proud to release two new displays for their guitar picks including a Large Countertop Display and a Wall Mount display.

Planet Waves’ Large Countertop Display features a beautiful wood finish with 30 compartments for loose guitar picks. Each compartment can hold 50-75 picks. The display is available on its own or as a kit with a standard pick assortment for a retail price of $1,032.00.

Planet Waves’ Wall Mount Display will be available in three configurations, on its own, or holding assortments of 10-packs or 25-packs of picks. The mount can be hung on standard slot walls. The Guitar Pick Wall display with 10-packs will retail for $703.60, and the wall display with 25-packs will retail for $959.09.

“These displays are a convenient way to help stores show our products in various ways that suit their specific needs,” says Rob Cunningham, Planet Waves Product Manager.

D’Addario is always seeking new ways to elevate performance, from the store to the stage. Its dedication to inspiring creativity is its fuel for innovating everything that comes along with it.

For more information about Planet Waves, please visit www.planetwaves.com.

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