October 20, 2009
LONDON, UK (RPRN) 10/20/09 — It appears after launching a new look website, Karacha.com, the online destination for quality musical instruments and accessories, has revealed an increase in visitors to the store.
The online store, which offers a range of colourful and high quality musical instruments, recently underwent a website transformation in order to provide customers with a more user-friendly site.
Karacha.com has already proven incredibly popular with budding and experienced musicians alike, allowing visitors to have even easier accessibility to a variety of brightly coloured instruments such as Archetto Violins.
Adam Ewart, Founder of Karacha.com said: We have received an overwhelmingly positive response since unveiling the new look of our website. It appears the transformation of the site has been a success, providing customers with clearer visibility of the latest products and easier navigation, allowing customers to shop at their own pace, hassle free.”
Karacha.com is constantly
The online store allows customers to see and hear the entire range of Karacha instruments before committing to purchase. Offering help and advice for musicians at every level of learning Karacha.com also offers a walk-through process of learning an instrument. With a variety of help on offer for all instruments, it is clear to see why Karacha.com has gained new popularity.
Karacha.com allows customers to shop online from a selection of a wide range of coloured instruments 365 days a year, 24 hours a day.
For more information on the Karacha.com rental scheme and all products, visit karacha.com/Instrument-Rental, or call 0845 200 83 43.
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