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Trombone

The infamous trombone, known for its long slide to change pitch is a marching band favorite. Not to mention many early television and film studios used the effects of the trombone’s slide to create sounds to add context to either the comedy sketches or depth to solemn moments. The trombone is still a popular brass … Read more

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Trumpet

Known for everything from playing taps to leading the high energy of a ska band, the trumpet is the most popular brass instrument. Also well known for being used in marching bands, drum corps, jazz ensembles and jazz soloists such are Miles Davis. The trumpet is very versatile in terms of music genres and commonly … Read more

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Upright Bass

The upright bass or also known as the double bass, is one string instrument that has superseded its popularity as a orchestra staple to being more known or even expected in jazz and bluegrass music. The double bass still serves an important role in orchestras whether from classical music or film scores (everyone’s familiar with … Read more

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Viola

Commonly referred to simply as a larger violin, the viola basically is just that. It looks much like a violin and played the same, but larger in size making deeper tones. The larger size can make it more difficult for some beginners over the violin. Players tend to choose the viola over the violin because … Read more

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Violin

The highest register of the string instrument family, the violin produces almost glass like pure tones that almost sing to you, but can also get gritty and rustic. Well known for being a classical instrument for its place in orchestras, the violin has a dual identity as the fiddle. Really the violin and fiddle are … Read more

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Ukulele

We used to think of hula dancers and grass skirts on the Hawaiian beaches when we thought of the ukulele, but in recent years the uke has become a pop sensation. The ukulele is a fairly new instrument only originating in Hawaii at the turn of the 19th century. Artists such as Roy Smeck and … Read more

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Mandolin

The mandolin has a unique sound made possible by it’s high register and doubled strings. Having 8 strings, but played as it if as 4, each note you play is doubled giving a similar sound to a 12-string guitar. Most commonly known for its use in Bluegrass, it’s also popular in Country, Jazz and even … Read more

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Banjo

The banjo most notably is a 5 string fretted instrument, but can also come in a 4 string or even 6 string variety. However, its most stand out feature is the drum like banjo head acting as a sound board for the bridge of the strings to vibrate on, providing its very characteristic twang sound. … Read more

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Bass Guitar

We know you’re thinking it so we’ll get it out of the way, “slappin da bass mon.” We assure you, there’s more to the electric bass guitar than simply slapping it. And whether you want to learn some grooving slap funk bass lines or prefer more of that heavy rock sound we can get you … Read more

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Guitar

Since its explosion in popularity when electric guitars were notably used by great artists such as Elvis or The Beatles, and on into the Classic Rock era of the 70s and 80s everyone loves the guitar. From it’s beautiful and calming sounds of an acoustic guitar to its high gain squealing electric guitar solos there’s … Read more

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