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A quick guide on buying ukuleles

The ukulele has long been thought of as a toy and when you are looking for ukuleles for sale there are so many strange places that you can find them. When looking to buy a guitar your first choice would normally be a music shop, either online or bricks and mortar but...

Things to look for when buying your first guitar

Learning to play the guitar can be the best decision that anyone can ever make. The life lessons that you can learn by playing an instrument are endless and if possible, it’s great to start learning early. In saying that, you are never too old to learn to play an...

A quick guide on purchasing your first beginner guitar

We can all agree that a guitar produces some of the most incredible sounds known to man. They are responsible for some of the most famous songs and solos of all time, no matter what taste in music you have. To some people, this is enough to start learning guitar...

Common mistakes to avoid when buying guitars

Buying a guitar as a beginner is a huge step and many pitfalls lie ahead for those that rush into it. Below are 6 mistakes to avoid when buying a guitar. Choosing your guitar based on brand. If you’re looking for a new guitar there is a good chance that somewhere...

Top Things to consider while learning ukuleles

The ukulele is a wonderful instrument for people of all ages to learn. Because of its simple operation and small size, it’s one of the easiest musical instruments to master. People who are not already experienced in music, learning the ukulele can still be...

Is it easy to play an electric guitar for beginners?

Learning to play electric guitar for a lot of people is easier than learning an acoustic guitar or most of the other popular instruments people lean. Some people would suggest that an acoustic is more practical for beginners because to get equal quality guitars an...

Is a Ukulele more difficult to learn than guitar?

When asked the question is a ukulele easier to learn than a guitar the answer must be yes. This is simply because a standard ukulele is smaller and easier for young hands to hold. A ukulele has only four strings (there as some larger ukuleles with 6 stings, although...