Rainbow makes instruments fun on Dragons' Den

Company that uses colours to help kids learn to play guitar will be seen by millions.
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Rainbow Colours will enter the Dragons' Den this weekend to seek finance for their business.

The episode will air on BBC 2 on Sunday, November 11th.

The company presents 'the easiest possible approach to playing the guitar and ukelele'. It produces coloured strings and a book with coloured musical notes to help make learning simple.

Rainbow will also appear at the Nuremberg Toy Fair in 2013, at Hall 12, Stand B-03-5, in a bid to target the toy industry with its products.

Its range includes a 3/4 size classical guitar, soprano ukulele, coloured strings, rainbow colours book and colour box packaging. The Rainbow colours book is also sold separately with the coloured strings.

The rainbow coloured strings are also sold separately.

"Since the Den we have Plow & Hearth, the largest USA catalog company, now stocking both guitar and ukulele, ordering 1,000 units of each on their first order, Bentalls in London, Argos online and selected music stores now stocking the products," Rainbow Colours' Chris Poole told ToyNews.

You can get in touch with Rainbow Colours at: 

Rainbow Colours, 
Shades Music,
214-218 Alcester Road,
B13 8EY.

You can also call 0121 449 8181 or 07899865778.

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