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Accessorize Your Musical Instrument like the Pros

Do you know what separates the pros from the wannabes besides skill and experience level? It’s their accessories. Pros know that their music is as only as good as the musical instruments, equipment, and accessories they’re using to produce it. So if you want to get good at playing Bluegrass Music, you need to seriously start thinking about upping the quality of the stuff you’re using. READ MORE »

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Music Equipment – Bring Out the Big Guns for Bluegrass Music!

February 25, 2011 bluegrass music
Music Equipment – Bring Out the Big Guns for Bluegrass Music!

Bluegrass Music may not be rock and roll but it can be just as loud and wild in numerous instances and it’s during that time that you’ll need powerful music equipment. Whether you want more clarity for playing acoustic all the way or more precision for your solo, almost anything can be achieved with good […]

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How to Choose the Right Acoustic Guitars

February 21, 2011 bluegrass music
How to Choose the Right Acoustic Guitars

Acoustic guitars are not as expensive as, say, pianos or entire drum sets but those of good quality may still stretch your budget more than a bit. But that doesn’t mean you should settle for something with inferior quality though. If you’re serious about this craft then you should know that QUALITY matters. It has […]

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What Do You Get by Subscribing to the Banjo Newsletter?

February 8, 2011 bluegrass music

Hub and Nancy Nitchie began Banjo Newsletter (BNL) in 1973. The 48-page monthly magazine focuses on the 5-string banjo and all other related aspects to it. At present, BNL employs more than twenty expert columnists to provide all the tips and insider’s news aspiring, amateur, and professional banjoists would find incredibly helpful for their hobby […]

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Fiddle Camps for the Aspiring Bluegrass Artist

February 5, 2011 bluegrass music

Sure, it’s possible to learn how to play fiddle on your own, but where’s the fun in that? When you join fiddle camps, you have the chance of learning from the pros and your peers. You also enjoy a sense of camaraderie with individuals who you can be sure appreciate bluegrass music as much as […]

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