Whether you are a new time player or an experienced brass musician, there are all sorts of vital accessories for all brass instruments. Covering mutes to stands, this blog will try to clarify what’s what to give you a fuller understanding of. Continue reading
Whether you’re a soloist or a fully-fledged frog-chorus of players or singers; making sure you get the correct music stand can make the difference of hassle and professionalism. How many times has an erroneous dead-leg kicked over a flimsy sheet music stand? How many times have you had to add of the bands branding onto a stand or move hundred from one place to another? Making the right choice from the start is the key point!
The harmonica is a great addition to any musician’s inventory. From the solo on Billy Joel's "Piano Man", the introduction to Neil Young's "Heart of Gold", the wailing blues of Supertramp's "Take the Long Way Home", the Harmonica works with almost any instrument on a surprising array of music genres. The most common incarnation of the Harmonica is probably the Diatonic or "Blues Harmonica". This is the instrument played by many folk/rock artists like Bob Dylan and can be a fantastic addition to the repertoire of the solo guitarist allowing for a greater catalogue of songs or solo passages in the existing set of songs.