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Gear4music is Cheaper than Tesco and Argos
Leading musical instrument and equipment retailer Gear4music has announced that their 501 Electronic Drum Kit is available from them for less than the same kit at two leading UK consumer stores.
Gear4music's 501 Kit is available at £239.00 currently, with the equivalent DTX-50 kit at Tesco costing £299.95 and at Argos (Code 541/0389) £349.95.
This means that musicians can make a huge saving of up to £110.00 by purchasing the kit from Gear4music.com.
The music retailer also offers a full package deal containing a stool sticks and headphones, as well as the kit, at £259.95, still offering far greater value than both Tesco and Argos.
Marketing Manager, Jonathan Meager, commented "it's great that a passionate music retailer like Gear4music can compete with huge companies such as Tesco and Argos.
"We use our knowledge and experience of the music industry to ensure we can provide exactly what musicians want - the best instruments at the most affordable prices.
"It's fantastic that musicians can still get the superb value available from the largest stores from a company like Gear4music who pride themselves on their love for, and knowledge of, musical instruments."
The music retailer has developed its own range of gear since being founded in 2003, including an even more advanced electronic drum kit, the 502-J.Posted on 19 May 2010 11:27 to category : Instruments News
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