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Top 3 Beginner Trumpets for Your Money

Top 3 Beginner Trumpets for Your Money

Looking for your first trumpet? Before you go out and spend a fortune, take a look at these amazing bargains. All the busy work of looking for a great deal on your first trumpet has already been done. These are all great sounding, and great looking, instruments. Get ready to be amazed!

How to Buy a Beginner Trumpet

How to Buy a Beginner Trumpet

Why rent when you can buy? So many people think that renting is the only option when it comes to band instruments. Luckily, the widely held idea of band instruments costing thousands of dollars is being changed by the internet. Can you believe that you can get a great beginning trumpet for under $200? Well, believe it. When buying your first trumpet just remember these simple tips. You’ll playing the trumpet in no time.

Top 3 Beginner Saxophones for Your Money

Top 3 Beginner Saxophones for Your Money

So you’ve always wanted to play the saxophone, but you can’t afford an instrument? Imagine finding a new instrument, with all the bells and whistles, for under $300. Yup, the deals are out there. You just have to find them. If your ready to get those lessons started, look inside to see just how affordable your first saxophone can be.

How to Buy a Saxophone

How to Buy a Saxophone

If you’re looking to buy a saxophone the options can seem endless. What type of saxophone do you buy? Alto? Tenor? Baritone? Soprano? How much is too much to spend on your first instrument? You probably don’t want to spend thousands of dollars on your first saxophone. Don’t worry. You don’t have to. We’ll give you some amazing insights on what to look for and how to buy your first saxophone.

Develop a Good Saxophone Tone

Develop a Good Saxophone Tone

Perhaps the most important consideration for any saxophonist is tone. Tone is the sound produced on your instrument, which can vary widely on every saxophone. What instrument other than electric guitar can have players like Paul Desmond, Cannonball Adderley, and Maceo Parker all play the same type of saxophone yet sound so wildly different. A quality tone separates the beginning or amateur musician from a professional, mature player.