Want to learn all the tricks and techniques of playing jazz on the instrument? If you are looking for online lessons, there are plenty of options out there. However, finding one that will teach you everything you need to know about playing jazz on the… Read More »Jazz Clarinet Lessons Online: Why to Choose Them
The last time your clarinet was played things seemed to go well, but now it suddenly stops playing altogether. Your clarinet is broken or not sounding as it used to. But how do you know what went wrong? In this article, we’ll look at common… Read More »Common Clarinet Problems (and How to Solve them)
Among the different types of clarinets, the bass clarinet is one that draws more curiosity. It differs greatly in size, shape, sound, and price from the other types of clarinets. And it does like quite similar to a saxophone. Bass clarinets are larger and heavier… Read More »Clarinet and Bass Clarinet – 5 Main Differences
So you or your child want to learn saxophone! Awesome! It’s an amazing instrument to play. It’s a fundamental instrument in jazz and blues music, and also has a considerable presence in pop and classical music. Within woodwind instruments, it’s a very versatile instrument that… Read More »Best Saxophones for Beginners
When looking at clarinets, you may have noticed that there are many different options to choose from. Some are made out of wood, and some out of plastic. But what’s the difference between them, and which one is right for you? We detail below the differences… Read More »Wooden vs Plastic Clarinet
My first trumpet was a Holton T602. These old horns can be bought on eBay today for anywhere between $60 and $150, depending on quality. I believe my mother had purchased the instrument for about $20 at a garage sale. Sure, it had a dented… Read More »Are Trumpets From Top Retailers Like Walmart, Target, and eBay Good?
Embouchure fatigue is a problem among some clarinet players. The embouchure is a frequent site for fatigue, but it shouldn’t be. Such fatigue happens when the muscles in your mouth become tired after playing clarinet for a long period of time. Constantly pressing down on… Read More »Getting Clarinet Embouchure Fatigue? 6 Ways to Overcome It
Occasionally we might need to replace our children’s older equipment or even our used musical instruments, and get updated gears. In other scenarios, we just don’t use them anymore and are willing just to know what are they valued at right now. It could be… Read More »Selling Used Band Instruments