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How to Buy a Saxophone
Posted Apr 11, 2011 by Brian Jenkins - No Comments

How to Buy a Saxophone

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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.

Top 3 Beginner Violins for Your Money
Posted Apr 6, 2011 by Brian Jenkins - No Comments

Top 3 Beginner Violins for Your Money

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You can find beginner violins starting at sixty dollars all the way through the thousands. While swimming through the ocean of information on the internet it’s hard to find a great first violin. We’ve done the swimming for you. Here you will find some great beginner violins at the best prices!

How to Buy a Beginning Violin
Posted Apr 5, 2011 by Brian Jenkins - 2 Comments

How to Buy a Beginning Violin

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Buying a violin is considered an art for the violin enthusiast. There are so many intricate details that make up a fine violin that it is easy to get stuck in the professional aspects of the instrument. Most students just want an inexpensive alternative to begin lessons. That’s what this article is all about.

Top 3 Beginner Guitars for Your Money
Posted Apr 4, 2011 by Brian Jenkins - No Comments

Top 3 Beginner Guitars for Your Money

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Beginner guitars are the most affordable instruments around. There’s no need to spend hundreds of dollars on a guitar if you have never strummed a chord before! We have scoured the internet to find the best deals on great beginning guitars for you or your child.

How to Buy a Beginning Guitar
Posted Apr 1, 2011 by Brian Jenkins - No Comments

How to Buy a Beginning Guitar

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You’ve finally decided that this year is the year; you are finally going to accomplish that New Year’s goal of learning to play the guitar. But, now you’re faced with the tricky part–purchasing your first guitar. Just as proper and safe equipment is crucial to the avid athlete, finding a guitar that is sturdy, comfortable and produces beautiful sounds within your price range should be important to you.

Beginner Piano Keyboards
Posted Mar 31, 2011 by Brian Jenkins - 4 Comments

Beginner Piano Keyboards

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Buying a keyboard can be a daunting task. To simplify the process even further, we have done the research for you. Here you will find some examples of keyboards at different price ranges that will work well for the beginning piano student. We have searched the web for the best prices on all mentioned keyboards.

How to Buy a Beginner Piano Keyboard
Posted Mar 31, 2011 by Brian Jenkins - 2 Comments

How to Buy a Beginner Piano Keyboard

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Many people who want to learn how to play the piano don’t have the money to buy an acoustic piano right away. A great inexpensive solution to buying a piano is starting out with a digital keyboard. Keyboards range in price anywhere from 100 dollars to thousands of dollars. With all of the different options available, it can get pretty confusing. We’ll demystify buying your first keyboard with this article.

Develop a Good Saxophone Tone
Posted Mar 31, 2011 by Brian Jenkins - No Comments

Develop a Good Saxophone Tone

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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.