Karacha Highlights Educational Value of Musical Christmas Presents

Karacha.com, the online destination for quality musical instruments and accessories, is highlighting the educational benefits of a musical Christmas present to Parents and Grandparents shopping for Christmas gifts this year.

Over the Christmas period there is often a struggle in families between buying what the children have asked for and what the adults think they should receive. Karacha.com offers a range of musical instruments, including violins, which provide both an educational element, and the fun and excitement that children associate with Christmas presents.

Karacha.com provides a wide range of musical instruments including saxophone and violin packs in a range of colours, which are a favourite with children. Karacha’s rental scheme which offers a wide range of instruments at competitive prices is also available through its website enabling parents to swap instruments at any point should their child become bored or lose interest in their instrument of choice – holding the answer to many Christmas present dilemmas.

Adam Ewart, Founder of Karacha.com “We believe that musical instruments are presents that parents will enjoy giving, knowing that they will provide hours of entertainment, and that children will love, often a difficult combination over the Christmas period. Here at Karacha we are passionate about everyone having the opportunity to learn to play an instrument such as the clarinet, so we try to keep our prices low for parents, and the launch of our rental scheme is part of this.”

Karacha has also significantly reduced many of its prices in its Christmas sale, offering up to 83% off certain products across its range of instruments and accessories.

For more information, log on to www.karacha.com, or call 0845 200 83 43. You can also follow Karacha on Twitter – www.twitter.com/adamewart. This is a great way for customers to keep up to date with the news at Karacha including details of special offers and new products.


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