Fort Wayne, IN (PRWEB) December 11, 2007
No stranger to talking about and selling guitars on the internet, Babicz Guitars has announced the launch of its new online newsletter, "Taking The Lead." Jeff Carano, COO and partner said, "The sole purpose is to communicate and educate decision makers and leaders in the music industry and Indiana business community on our plans for growth and continued innovation in guitar technology." Jeff Babicz, CEO and chief product designer and name-sake of the business, proclaimed the partners' intentions at the opening of Babicz Guitars USA in downtown Fort Wayne last week "We are poised for growth and have the products, experience, and facilities to become a major factor in our industry. Our new friends in Indiana and our old ones all over the world want to know about our progress. So, we've developed this quick-read newsletter to keep everyone up to date."
"TAKING THE LEAD" is the name of the online newsletter and the mantra of Babicz Guitars aggressive technology position in the guitar industry. The new web site can be found at http://www.babiczguitarsnews.com. There is a link on the home page to Babicz Guitars' main web site, http://www.babiczguitars.com. The site will feature the most newsworthy Babicz stories and pictures. It will also archive past news releases and articles on trade shows, new players, and other information about the Babicz Guitars technology leadership. Jeff Babicz, chief product designer, designed the Babicz "icZ" Acoustic System consisting of three patented technologies incorporated into the design The system comprises three major advances in guitar design. The Lateral Compression Soundboard transfers string tension more evenly to the top of the guitar to produce more resonance and sustain. The Continually Adjustable Neck allows players to easily raise or lower the neck to change string height to instantly adapt to different styles of play. And the adjustable Torque Reducing Bridge keeps proper intonation throughout the life of the instrument by reducing rotational torque on the soundboard.
Babicz Guitars will auction a celebrity guitar for charity on the online newsletter. Guitar players can shop online and purchase guitars such as the Spider, the Identity Series, the award-winning Babicz Octane electric, or more conventional Tribeca acoustic guitars. Mr. Carano added, "Numerous design awards, industry publication reviews, and famous artists like Todd Rundgren, Tim Orindgreff of Black Eyed Peas, King Crimson's Adrian Belew, and Mick Jones of Foreigner play Babicz guitars and are taking full advantage of this innovative technology." To celebrate the move to Indiana, a noted music celebrity will autograph a Babicz guitar to be auctioned on the new newsletter. Proceeds will be donated to Charity Music of Indiana. All those visiting the Babicz business web site will have a chance to win a matching Babicz guitar as well. For more details, visit http://www.babiczguitarsnews.com.