September 17, 2009
LONDON, UK (RPRN) 09/17/09 — Young children can reap the rewards of learning to play music according to Karacha.com, the online destination for quality musical instruments and accessories. Karacha.com, which provides a range musical instruments to young children, including bright pink and blue violins has revealed musical instruments are fundamental to a child’s development.
Karacha.com which also produces other fabulous, fun and affordable instruments including a coloured saxophone in bright red, gold and silver, also announced colourful instruments are a great way of engaging children with music. Bright colours encourage children to choose an instrument and develop a new hobby that would not normally be of interest to them and music is not only essential to improve a child’s reading age, but also increases levels of concentration and brain development.
Adam Ewart, Managing Director of Karacha.com said: “We produce a variety of musical instruments for children of all ages, in a wide variety of colours and of a high quality. This is a winning combination for our customers which are parents - knowing that their children are learning to play music through the use of a high quality instrument, whilst also being a hit with the children themselves who enjoy the choice of bright and fun colours.”
The online store which offers a bestselling clarinet also provides visitors with a variety of services such as video instrument demonstrations, music lessons and advice. Karacha.com has recently undergone a site relaunch now allowing customers to shop for musical instruments and accessories 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
Karacha also stocks a variety of colourful and engaging percussion packs including maracas, bongos, castanets and guiros to ensure even very young children can get involved with music.
For more information, please call 0845 200 83 43 or visit www.karacha.com.
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