Educational musical instrument manufacturer Rainbow Colours will make an appearance on hit TV show Dragons' Den next month.
The company's products are designed to offer the easiest possible approach to learning the guitar and ukulele. The user learns by combining the coloured musical notes with the coloured strings and the visual style of the accompanying book makes it ideal for players aged three to 15, as well as students with learning difficulties.
The packages come with a 3/4-size classical guitar or soprano ukulele, coloured strings and Rainbow Colours book. The strings and book are also both sold separately.
Rainbow Colours has secured a patent design registration for the UK, Europe and USA. Major American retailer Plow & Hearth has now begun stocking both the guitar and ukulele, while Bentalls in London is among the current list of UK stockists.
The Dragons' Den episode is due to air on November 11th 2012 on BBC 2, and an audience of around nine million viewers is expected.