The new website creates a better overall experience...and offers a more vivid representation of Midwest Musical Imports' expertise in the new and used instrument industry.
(PRWEB) October 09, 2012
Midwest Musical Imports launched a new website, located at http://www.mmimports.com. The new website creates a better overall experience for those who use its online store often and for first-time visitors. The new website and online store offer a more vivid representation of Midwest Musical Imports’ expertise in the new and used instrument industry.
The website includes a new instrument repair blog that shares repair and caretaking tips for common instrument maladies, such as a stuck oboe swab and tight tenons on wooden instruments. Other new features include a user-friendly store interface through Bigcommerce. Musical instruments and accessories can be compared side by side, advanced searches can produce more focused results, and the most popular instrument and accessory brands are easily accessed via the brand sidebar.
The new Midwest Musical Imports website also features informational resources, which will continue to grow. This section is written by experts – those who work at MMI can offer an experienced perspective on many instruments and accessories. You can find helpful articles, from how to choose the right oboe or bassoon to keywork and reed-making basics. Additional content will be posted often. According to MMI, “We’ll be adding videos and tutorials on reed making, knife sharpening, instrument care, and the proper way to use many of the products you’ll find [in our store].”
Whether you’re looking for new or used flutes, clarinets, oboes, bassoons, saxophones, English horns, flutes, piccolos, Oboes d’amore, or accessories, you’ll find what you need and the advice you’re looking for on the new MMImports.com. You’ll also find information about renting instruments and how to get your instrument repaired.
Midwest Musical Imports has been serving musicians around the world with expertise in a careful and thoughtful manner for over a quarter century. Our staff of conservatory-trained instrument specialists and highly skilled repair technicians are here to provide you with the care and expertise that comes from years of performing and teaching.