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Explore Our New-Look Website!
We've been working hard to bring you a bigger, better site, designed to make finding gear faster and easier than ever.
The brand new Gear4music website is optimised for use on your mobile or tablet, as well as a more responsive design if you're visiting us on your computer. The menus are more accessible - you can get to each section of the site quickly, whatever device you're visiting on.
Whether you're exploring our growing range of products or know exactly what you're looking for, we've added new ways to discover gear. Our improved search gives you instant results and ways to filter items quickly without having to scroll through long lists.
These intelligent filters change results in real time, narrowing down results with choices set by you. Filter options include Manufacturer, Price, Colour, and many more depending on the type of products you're looking for, so you'll only see products that are relevant to your needs.
The new site is designed to allow these filters to stay up to date with the latest trends and technology in music. As we add more products, the filters will update, keeping you ahead of the curve when it comes to all the newest releases.
It's even easier to browse and compare items with our Product Finders, which let you choose which products you want to see within a category or brand. Select between Colour, Manufacturer, Stock Levels and more using the Finders and press 'GO'. For example, if you're after a red guitar with six strings by Fender or Gibson, simply tick the boxes at the left hand side of the page, press 'GO' and your results will appear instantly, with more options to choose from to refine the results further.
Explore the site using the re-organised, clear and detailed menu. Everything you need is more accessible, with new clickable category boxes on key pages enabling you to get to all our most popular products even faster.
Sharing your favourite products and getting advice from friends is easier than ever, too. Social networking options are at top right of each page, so now you can easily share results, shortlists or products with friends.
To celebrate the launch of the new website and help explain what we do, we’ve made a short film about how our customers have inspired us during the last 10 years. We hope you enjoy it, and you can learn more about the making of our film here.We're proud to share our new site and short film with you and bring you more ways than ever to enjoy music.
By Jonathan Meager
Posted on 15 Nov 2013 13:19 to category : Gear4music
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