Published On: Mon, Apr 7th, 2014

VOX Dean Markley String Promo

VOX have unveiled a brand new promo that we simply had to share, read on or CLICK HERE to read more details!


Screen shot 2014-04-07 at 16.11.40



Press Release: When you buy a new Vox Night Train G2 Head or combo, we’ll send you a box of 10 Dean Markley string packs. Enough to get you through a year’s worth of string changes based on changing your strings every 5 to 6 weeks. And these are not just any old strings; they are premium U.S. made Dean Markley strings and you get to choose between the Blue Steel or Helix series strings.

But hurry as this offer is only available on purchases from participating UK Vox dealers from March 14th 2014 until May 31st 2014. Find a Dealer

Dean Markley Blue Steel
Blue Steel strings are cryogenically frozen with a blast of liquid nitrogen. But why do such a thing? By freezing the strings down to -320ºF, it tighten the molecules, minimizing microscopic gaps. This process removes transient frequencies that produce harsh highs and muddy lows, creating a more consistent string, with true tone and longer life.

Dean Markley Helix Strings
Helix Strings represent a giant leap forward in the evolution of string technology. The Hyper-Elliptical compressed winding process allows for an increased number of wraps across the length of the string without altering its diameter, resulting in fuller tone, incredible sustain, amazing output, and an increased life span.

Qualifying models: NT15H-G2, NT50H-G2 & NT15C1

T&C apply
The amplifier must be purchased from a participating Vox dealer in the UK or ROI between March 14th and May 31st 2014. Dean Markley strings dispatched on receipt of valid claim form and qualifying documentation. You can choose to receive either the Blue Steel (electric) or Helix (electric) strings a choice of gauges is also available but all 10 sets will be the same type and gauge. We reserve the right supply an alternative where no stock is available.

CLICK HERE for more info…



Tags: ,
Read previous post:
PRS SE Custom 24 7-String Review

It’s taken PRS almost 30 years to generate a seven-string guitar, but they’ve done it – and what’s more, it’s...