You Can Make These Simple Upgrades Yourself To Boost The Quality Of An Inexpensive Guitar

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If you’ve been playing a beginner-level guitar that didn’t cost much money, you might have your eye set on a brand-name instrument as your skills begin to improve. If you’re on a tight budget, however, it can be worthwhile to think about making some upgrades to your current instrument to improve its sound and playability, while also putting money aside for the guitar of your dreams. Many music shops also sell a wide range of accessories and parts, and it’s possible for the average person to perform many simple upgrades on his or her own.…

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Three Recording Studio Etiquette Tips You Must Know

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If you’re heading into a professional recording studio for the first time, it’s going to be a lot different than when you were recording in your home with your computer and a cheap microphone. These studios are set up so that you sound as good as possible, and that also means they’ve got expensive equipment and are probably very busy. Knowing a few etiquette rules, such as these three, will help you stay on the studio owner’s good side.…

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Revitalizing The Appearance Of A Used Trombone To Use In The School Band

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If your child has shown interest in learning how to play a trombone in the school band, and you do not have the funds available to buy a brand new instrument, you may want to consider purchasing a used trombone for their use. Used instruments can be a great value if they had been cared for appropriately by the previous owner. Here are some steps to revitalize a used trombone so it looks like new.…

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