• Dragon Skin™

    K3™ Clear Coated Electric Guitar Strings 

    Model: DSE-10



    Nickel-Plated Round Core Electric Guitar Strings

    Model: JZ-12 & LH-9


    Dragon Skin

    K3™ Clear Coated Acoustic Guitar Strings 

    Model: DSA-12



    Alternately Wrapped Nickel-Plated Steel and Phosphor Bronze Round Core Acoustic-Electric Guitar Strings

    Model: ZAE-11


    Original Style Banjo

    High Carbon Steel Hexagonal Core Banjo Strings

    Model: BA5-10


    Rare™ Mandolin

    Phosphor Bronze Hexagonal Core \with Loop End Mandolin Strings

    Model: MD-11



    In the '70s, Roy Clark symbolized country music in the U.S. and abroad. Between guest-hosting for Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show and performing to packed houses in the Soviet Union on a tour that sold out all 18 concerts, he used his musical talent and his entertaining personality to bring country music into homes across the world. As one of the hosts of TV's Hee Haw (Buck Owens was the other) for more than 20 years, Clark picked and sang and offered country corn to 30 million people weekly. He is first and foremost an entertainer, drawing crowds at venues as different as Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and the Opry. His middle-of-the-road approach has filled a national void, with Clark offering country that was harder-edged than Kenny Rogers but softer and more accessible than Waylon Jennings. Among his numerous vocal hits are "Yesterday, When I Was Young" and "Thank God and Greyhound." Instrumentally he has won awards, for both guitar and banjo. Clark has also co-starred on the silver screen with Mel Tillis, in the comedy Uphill All the Way.