Teaching piano lessons is something we are passionate about doing. But what if we don’t have a piano and it is lessons time? Here are a few alternatives that might work. A Trusty Keyboard First option, the good old keyboard! I know you might be thinking that some of the keyboards you see today are
How And Where To Buy A Guitar In Orlando Have you ever walked into a guitar store and realized you had no idea what you were looking for? It seems like there are thousands of guitars hanging on the wall. I spoke with gentleman at three different guitar stores in Orlando to see what advice
If you’re interested in buying a piano in the greater Seattle area, you are in luck. Because it is a large and cultured city, Seattle has many vendors to choose from. However, purchasing a piano can be overwhelming and time consuming. Here are some top choices researched for you to make your shopping easier. Buying
Where To Buy/Rent A Piano In Miami, Florida Sometime you just need a simple list of where to look for something. In this case, a piano in Miami or the south Florida region. Here are 3 piano stores to start your search. This isn’t an article on how to shop for a piano but it
If you’re in the market to buy a piano in Orlando it can be tough to know where to look. Please let this article serve as your guide to Orlando Piano Stores. I decided to write it after helping one of our students purchase their first instrument after moving up from starting lessons on a
The person who came up with the saying “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks” must not have watched America’s Got Talent when they have rescue/shelter dogs that do amazing things! Those aren’t puppies, but they definitely learned new things. A hundred times truer with adults-you are never too old to start piano lessons,
If you have a student in the orchestra or maybe one who just wants to learn how to play Cello. You’ll be faced with deciding to buy or rent. You’ll also have the question of when or where. Don’t be afraid and use this advise.
So, this blog post is specifically about how to select a keyboard for you or your child if you’re just starting lessons or if you have been playing for a while and need to upgrade. If you want to go to the store and buy like a pro, but don’t know what to look for
This blog is for intermediate musicians who feel they’ve reached a road block in their musicianship and have seen the ads for the pretty new instrument.
Shopping for a piano is a bit like shopping for a car. You should check out different makes and models, shop around at different dealers, and take test drives to make sure you’re getting the instrument you’ll be happy with in the long term. And if you’re considering a used piano, you might want to take along a mechanic (piano technician or piano teacher) to uncover any past or potential defects. This article provides some basic guidelines to help those who are new to the world of piano make more informed decisions in the face of a multitude of options.