London, UK (PRWEB) August 16, 2007
Known as the place where professional musicians go for their instruments, the Rose Morris music shop based in Denmark Street, London today launched a series of guitarist videos to help site visitors with some new licks and riffs.
Shot in-store, and hosted by Rose Morris guitarist Drew Lowe, these videos represent the fastest and easiest way to learn pro guitar moves like string skipping arpeggio licks, artificial harmonics effects, using the whammy bar and seven more slamming guitar effects that are easy to master once you've watched Lowe lead you through the steps.
"The shop has also created a series of TV-style shows that highlight many of their special events," according to video producer Paul Smith.
"We are a forwarding thinking music store and proud of that fact. Combined with our regular in-store live events, our new videos series adds an exciting dimension to our website experience," Smith added.
Thanks to the world-wide accessibility of the Internet, anyone can watch and learn by visiting http://www.proaudiostore.co.uk/rosemorris/cool_guitar_tricks_video.html. All of the video lessons and shows are free of charge.
About Rose Music
Known for quality musical instruments, outstanding service and repair, and always fair prices, Rose Morris has been serving musicians from London and around the world for over 50 years. The company now has 110 employees, some of whom have been with the firm since the beginning.
Rose Morris Musical Instruments
10 Denmark Street
London, WC2H 8TD