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DR Handmade Strings
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  1. an electric/acoustic guitar and bass string manufacturer

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  2. founded in 1989 by Mark Dronge, son of Guild Guitars founder Alfred Dronge, and Dr. Benzion Rapoport, Ph.D. DR strings are referred to in their advertisements as "the handmade string"

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  3. The company offers signature guitar strings for Dimebag Darrell called Dimebag Hi-Voltage strings

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  4. Professor String

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  6. They also offer signature bass guitar strings endorsed by Marcus Miller and Bootsy Collins, called Fat Beams and Bootzillas respectively

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