San Diego, CA (PressExposure) June 02, 2011 -- On Wednesday, Fret Daddy announced the release of its live video streaming lesson program. The program is designed to allow students to study with the world's best music teachers from the comfort of the living room. "Consumers are becoming increasingly accustomed to conducting more and more social activities online," noted Jacobsen, Co-founder and CEO. "This fact represents an amazing opportunity for the music education industry at large. By offering teachers and students the convenience of interacting remotely through our video streaming program, we hope to advance educational opportunities abroad while advancing our own mission here in San Diego: to help students learn to play fretted instruments as quickly and easily as possible.
Fretdaddy, LLC - formed in 2010 - specializes in the sale of removable fretboard stickers for fretted instruments. Offering online music instruction represents a significant expansion of Fret Daddy's services repertoire. "Our goal has always been to make learning easier. By bringing the world's top music instructors right to one's laptop certainly fits in with that goal. We expect this type of lesson program to become more and more popular in years ahead, as efficiency becomes more and more important. With video chat lessons, no one has to commute and no brick and mortar studios have to be built. This allows teachers to save money, which can then be passed on to the student. Of course efficiency is also good for the environment and for business as well, which we're excited about."
When asked about next steps, Jacobsen said the following: "We're constantly trying to innovate. We plan on expanding our product line and improving our services in the months ahead. More specifically, we plan on rolling out some new sticker sets, introducing Fret Daddy guitar polish, and adding some features to our lesson program as well."
To learn more about this new program or to learn more about Fret Daddy, visit their website at: http://www.fretdaddy.com