GHskinz.com Unveils Spring Product Lineup

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GHskinz.com, manufacturer of original and replica skin designs for Guitar Hero and Rock Band accessories, has unveiled its spring product lineup this week, a lineup that sees the company’s portfolio expanding into the console skinning market. GHskinz.com’s first console skins have launched as of this month, with current designs for the Xbox 360, PS2 slim and Wii platforms. In the coming months, skins for PSP, DS and Apple iPod will also become available. All skins run at the very reasonable price of $15.99 a pop. Flip through the gallery below for images of some of the latest spring skins.

“What sets us apart from anyone else in the manufacturing of guitar skins is the fact that we are creating skins based on real life guitars,” said Matt Witek, Co-founder of GHskinz.com. “Our extensive design background and interest in gaming allows us to create interesting skins that immerse the player and make them feel like a real-life rock star.”

“We have already worked with some big name celebrities to create customized products for both personal and commercial use,” said Josh Babin, Co founder of GHskinz.com. “Creating custom designs based on a person or bands’ own personality is something we really enjoy and excel at.”

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