Press Release: December 02, 2009
Although the recession has meant many families have tightened their purse strings, Karacha has launched an affordable new range of percussion instruments to encourage more children to learn a musical instrument. Already known for producing brightly coloured violins, the new range of Karacha percussion packs include a variety of engaging instruments including castanets and maracas.
In addition to the percussion packs, Karacha also produces a best-selling clarinet range by A Carmichael. All Karacha instruments are manufactured by professionals with extensive experience and are made using high quality materials. To ensure that people of all ages can find an instrument which will suit them, Karacha offers a variety of sizes and colours for children and adults to choose from. The Karacha website also features online video instrument demonstrations as well as music lessons and advice.
Adam Ewart, Founder of Karacha.com said: We hope that our new range of percussion instruments will strike a chord with all budding musicians. Whilst the market is flooded with a number of poor quality instruments, we produce instruments of the highest quality, available at a price which wont break the bank.
Adam continued, The new percussion packs are a great way for everyone to engage with musical learning, with a number of fun instruments available such as the tambourine and triangle, the pack is perfect to share around the whole family.
With a number of packs on offer for under £15.00, all families will be able to enjoy the range of unique percussion instruments. As well percussion instruments, Karacha provides online tutorials and step-by- step guides to learning a musical instrument such as the saxophone.
The Karacha website which recently received a makeover now provides visitors with a unique, user-friendly interface, which makes shopping online for musical instruments incredibly easy. Karacha.com is open 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
For more information, please call 0845 200 83 43, visit karacha.com or follow Karacha on Twitter twitter.com/adamewart.