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1: Wouldn't it Be Great to Be Able to Buy a Guitar That Felt Gi...

I love guitars, and there's nothing like a new electric guitar with a proper set up! I like the tone, the way it feels in my hands, and the way that I can make a guitar sound "...

By: Rick Mariner

2: About Bagpipe Chanters- How to Buy Chanters for Your Bagpipe...

A bagpipe chanter is the part of the bagpipe that produces the melody. It is usually a narrow, conical tube that has a series of small holes. These holes are alternately covered an...

By: Ilse Hagen

3: Yamaha Electric Piano

When my daughter expressed a desire to take piano lessons, I had mixed feelings. On the one hand, I was happy that she wanted to cultivate her musical side and I certainly didn't want to stifle that k...

By: Bobby McHavens

4: Origins of Non-Classical Guitar

Origins Of "Non-Classical" Guitar  &nbs...

By: Mike Hayes

5: The Ups and Downs of Plectra

No, it's not part of a fish! Sometimes called picks (or plectrum in the singular). They are a often overlooked aspect of playability and tone.

By: Alan Ratcliffe

6: Why Practice Drums With a Metronome?

Practicing with a metronome will improve your time keeping dramatically! What... you say you can already keep time? Try to keep time with a metronome for about twenty seconds. It will show you how ...

By: Dan Brown

7: The Banjo, Yesterday and Today

Hearing a tune played on a banjo reminds us of Dixieland, country, and definitely blues music. The blues and banjos are connected, but the blues varies according to where it’s being played. Even...

By: Cordelia Tremont

8: A Guitar Stand Buyer's Guide

When deciding to purchase a guitar stand there are several things to keep in mind. How Sturdy is it?...

By: Allen Newsom

9: Baby Grand Piano

Being able to play a musical instrument is a talent that many people wish they had. The piano is an elegant instrument and once you learn how to play it will stay with you for t...

By: Bobby McHavens

10: How to play

As the bagpiper at historic Fort Mackinac (built by the 84th Highlanders in 1780) I've piped for several million visitors over the past 18 years. This certainly does not make me a good piper, but I ...

By: Dennis Havlena

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The Ups and Downs of Plectra

No, it's not part of a fish! Sometimes called picks (or plectrum in the singular). They are a often overlooked aspect of playability and tone. ...

By: Alan Ratcliffe

The Life And Times Of John Lennon

John Winston Ono Lennon, MBE (9 October 1940 – 8 December 1980) was an iconic 20th century composer and singer of popular music with Paul McCartney as Lennon McCartney throughout the 1960s, and was the founding member o...

By: Scott Michaels

Need Help Starting A Successful Career In Music?

Do you need immediate help starting a successful career in music? Here are 4 things that will put you on the right track. Practice to become a professional musician – Continuously work on imp...

By: Tom Hess

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Startling Proof That the Music Industry Is Doomed

One startling fact emerged from the third-quarter music sales figures released by SoundScan last week: Not a single artist?s album has reached platinum status in 2014. Aside from that success, 2014 ha...


Digital Content Will Save the Global Music Publishing Market, According to Re...

In 2013, the Global Music Publishing Market experience its first positive growth since 2008, and this upward trend is expected to continue from 2014-2018, with the market posting a


For Jillian Banks, music is a major 'exhale'

Jillian Banks, the 26-year-old singer-songwriter whose nakedly confessional music has earned her two sold-out nights at the Wiltern this week, is struggling to describe one of her songs.


Concert review: Music of the Baroque season opener

Music of the Baroque began its season Sunday night at Evanston's Pick-Staiger Concert Hall with a program that held not a single note of Baroque music.


The streaming price wars are coming ? and they?re a music fan?s dream come true

There really has never been a better time to be a music fan ? particularly if you?re a music fan who loves exploring vast catalogs of music that you won?t find on any top 40 radio stations. Pandora an...



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