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Written by Guitar Junkie Magazine Wednesday, 12 May 2010 00:00

Strattoos Guitar Tattoos Capitalizes on America's Craze for Tattoos with a New Product That Allows Guitar Players to Tattoo Their Guitar Without Damaging the Finish

Thirty-six percent of those ages 18 to 25, and forty percent of those ages 26 to 40, have at least one tattoo, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center.  With the increasing prominence of tattoos, especially amongst musicians, Strattoos Guitar Tattoos unveils it's own line of fully-removable tattoos made exclusively for both acoustic and electric guitars. Strattoos Guitar Tattoos™ was formed in April of 2009 to meet and unmet need for guitar players to safely customize their instruments. Their tattoos are tailored exclusively for guitars and are sized to fit all of the classic, best-selling electric guitars on the market as well as a line just for acoustics. "Ironically, in this economy, many people can't afford to purchase a new guitar so the idea of enhancing the guitar they already own with a guitar tattoo is quite appealing. So our timing couldn't be better" says Strattoos co-founder Chris DiNaso who first conceived the idea back in his college days. "The company has been growing rapidly even despite the sluggish economy" says DiNaso. For more information, you can visit Strattoos Guitar Tattoos @ www.strattoos.com. The website is very interactive, allowing visitors to "test-drive" any tattoo on the exact make, model and color of their guitar prior to making a purchase. Based in Chicago, IL, the company plans to expand it's line of tattoos to include a broad array of artwork that appeals to guitar players of all ages and musical genres. ###
 

Press Release

Written by Chris DiNaso Wednesday, 12 May 2010 00:00

Strattoos Guitar Tattoos™ Transforming Your Guitar Into A Work of Art
Chicago IL, (May 1st 2010): Chicago-based Strattoos™ was formed in April of 2009 to meet and unmet need within the growing online and retail Guitar Accessories Industry.  Strattoos™ is the only company of its kind that makes 100% non-adhesive, removable tattoos made exclusively for both acoustic and electric guitars.  You can now transform your guitar from “plain and ordinary” to “unique and interesting” in seconds while achieving a very customized-look for your guitar.   Guitar players will have what looks like a custom paint job on their guitar but at a fraction of the cost.  Strattoos™ are sized to fit all of the classic, best-selling electric guitars on the market including Fender Stratocaster®, Telecaster®, Gibson Les Paul®, SG®, Ibanez® and most copy-models.  Strattoos™ also has an impressive Transparent Line that is designed exclusively for acoustic guitars.  Strattoos™ transparent tattoos will give a subtle but bold look to your acoustic guitar while maintaining the natural beauty and wood grain of the instrument. All Strattoos™ designs are original works-of-art created by professional tattoo artist.  You can view all of their guitar tattoos by visiting the Guitar Gallery & Tattoo Shop @ www.strattoos.com ###

 

 

To Sell or Not to Sell

Written by Chris DiNaso Tuesday, 11 May 2010 00:00

Once upon a time or "back in the day" as they say, I used to be in sales.  Sales is one of those career paths that people either absolutely hate or absolutely love!  I was the latter.  Yeah, I loved it.  I even made sales people sick because I enjoyed doing the things that successful sales people hated...things like cold calling, tracking elements and marketing.  See, some sales people think that once you've paid your dues and achieve some degree of success that you somehow deserve to graduate from all the "mundane", fundamentals.  Not so.  At least not if you want to maintain your success in sales.  This is because sales is, and always will be about interacting with people.  It's really about brokering...connecting people with something they don't have or something that's better than what they do have.  In other words, aligning others with something that you really value and that they can benefit from.  How cool is that!  That's why I love sales and that's what I love about ministry.  When you have this perspective, picking up the phone or going on a sales call (or marketing your busines on Twitter, Facebook and a gazillion other new mediums), now becomes full of purpose and mission.  It's not so much about making a sale as much as it is about turning people on to something good.  And that's a good thing...no that's a great thing!   

 

   

To Sell or Not to Sell

Written by Chris DiNaso Tuesday, 11 May 2010 00:00

Once upon a time or "back in the day" as they say, I used to be in sales.  Sales is one of those career paths that people either absolutely hate or absolutely love!  I was the latter.  Yeah, I loved it.  I even made sales people sick because I enjoyed doing the things that successful sales people hated...things like cold calling, tracking elements and marketing.  See, some sales people think that once you've paid your dues and achieve some degree of success that you somehow deserve to graduate from all the "mundane", fundamentals.  Not so.  At least not if you want to maintain your success in sales.  This is because sales is, and always will be about interacting with people.  It's really about brokering...connecting people with something they don't have or something that's better than what they do have.  In other words, aligning others with something that you really value and that they can benefit from.  How cool is that!  That's why I love sales and that's what I love about ministry.  When you have this perspective, picking up the phone or going on a sales call (or marketing your busines on Twitter, Facebook and a gazillion other new mediums), now becomes full of purpose and mission.  It's not so much about making a sale as much as it is about turning people on to something good.  And that's a good thing...no that's a great thing!   

 

 

Bret Michaels in Critical Condition

Written by Chris DiNaso Sunday, 25 April 2010 00:00

I just heard reports that 80's Rocker Bret Michaels is in critical condition from an apparent brain hemorrhage.  I was never a huge fan of the group but as a guitar player growing up in the hair-band era, every band in town played a Poison song or two.  However I did become a big fan of Brett recently since his appearance on Celebrity Apprentice.  He seems to be a very likable, down-to-earth guy with a big heart.  From all of us at Strattoos, we want to wish Brett a speedy recovery and hope he pulls out of this as quickly as possible.  

   

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