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How to Choose the Right Instrument

May 22nd, 2017 by

Learning to play an instrument is such a rewarding accomplishment, regardless of whether you plan on using your skills as a hobby or professionally in your career. With such a wide variety of instruments to choose from, making the right choice can be a difficult process.
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Thankfully, there are a few questions you can ask yourself beforehand to make your decision-making process easier.

#1) What kind of music do I like

First determine what kind of music you enjoy and what kind of music you want to create. That is the first step to figuring out what instrument you should learn to play. If you like listening to punk rock music, you might want to consider learning guitar, bass, drums, or keyboard. Other traditional instruments, such as cello, violin, double bass, will do well in classical styles of music. One of the most versatile instruments that exist is the guitar. This is why the guitar is so popular in the music world: you can use it to play classical, jazz, pop, rock, country, metal, punk music, and everything in between. (more…)

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