(PRWEB) May 04, 2014
Trusty Guitar is an online hub aimed at experienced guitar enthusiasts and beginners alike. The website has recently undergone a major revamp and now features a brand new design and some new sections. While the website still makes use of a traditional navigational structure, the images and graphics used in the site have all been upgraded to better match the current trends in web design.
Another feature of the new-look website is the inclusion of a responsive layout. This fluid layout aims to ensure that no matter what screen size or device the site is viewed on, the content will be reorganized to be displayed in the most optimal way. “When we were redesigning the site, we wanted to ensure mobile users could access the content just as easily as those surfing on a home desktop computer or laptop,” the website product manager explained. “We did consider the idea of building a separate mobile friendly version of the website, but in the end we opted for a responsive layout that adjusted to match the screen size the site is viewed on,” he revealed.
As well as updating the design and the mobile device compatibility abilities of the Trusty Guitar website, the recent overhaul saw some new sections added to the site. In addition to the guitar reviews, which are the main type of content on the http://trustyguitar.com/ website, the site now contains a growing number of tutorials.
These guitar tutorials are primarily aimed at those who are new to this instrument, although there are plans to add more advanced video lessons to the site in the not too distant future. “While our main goal is to provide our visitors with all the information they need to purchase the right guitar for their abilities, we also want to ensure they were able to actually learn to play their instrument once they’ve bought it,” the head instructor at the website explained. “While there are plenty guitar tutors out there, learning via online videos can also be an effective way to study, and hopefully we are able to help a few budding guitarists get off on the right footing with their new instrument,” he continued.
In addition to the reviews and tutorials, the site will now include top tips from professional guitarists who have picked up many insider secrets over the years, and are now willing to share those little bits of information with their followers. The Trusty Guitar team has been in talks with a number of prominent musicians from the past and present, who are expected to make an appearance on the guitar blog section of the website. “All the staff are the store are keen players themselves, so they all gave us lots of input when we were writing up a shortlist of famous axe men we would like to feature on the site,” the website’s content manager explained.
While the new design for the site has only recently gone live, the site owners are hoping it will be a success and bring even more aspirating guitar players to their virtual doors.