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Roland to hold V-Drums advice webcast
For the first time, the instrument developer will be hosting a webcast featuring some of the company's top clinicians, MI Pro reports.
Taking place on November 27, three one-hour sessions will be aired and the first of which will focus on drums and how to get the most out of the company's latest products.
According to the publication, the aim of the webcast is for Roland to reach out to a wider customer base.
It said: "Recognising that not everyone has the time to travel into their nearest city to watch a product demo, this webcast brings the demonstrator into the home of the musician."
ÂPosted on 22 Oct 2010 10:48 to category : Instruments News
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