Press Release: December 14, 2009
Ensuring that instruments are cleaned on a regular basis, stored in the right conditions and parts that are subject to wear and tear such as reeds, are replaced regularly will help musicians avoid the costly replacement of their instruments.
Metallic instruments in particular such as flutes and saxophones can be prone to tarnishing and as such should always be stored in their case when not in use ensuring that they remain untarnished and protecting them from damage.
Adam Ewart, Founder of Karacha.com commented: "Proper care and maintenance of musical instruments is essential in prolonging the lifespan of them. Karacha stocks a wide range of accessories including cleaning kits and materials such as violin rosin to not only protect instruments but also improve their performance when being played."
Karacha's range of products to protect and maintain musical instruments includes Carmichael saxophone reeds priced at £4.99 for 10, Kwikset pad and cork cement - £4.68, Archetto premium violin rosin - £3.48 and Karacha violin strings - £1.99 suitable for and 4/4 violins.
Karacha has recently launched a Carmichael saxophone and clarinet range which is available in a range of colours including red, blue and more traditional gold, silver and black, all of which are constructed from high grade materials and created by skilled craftsmen.
A range of brightly coloured violins and early years percussion packs are also available online, perfect for young children to help them engage with music, boosting concentration levels and brain development.
For more information, please call 0845 200 83 43 or visit www.karacha.com. You can follow the Karacha Twitter feed at www.twitter.com/AdamEwart.