Archive for January, 2014
My son just invested in a state-of-the-art guitar last year our from his college scholarship financial assistance. Next month he is planning to buy a guitar amplifier. I good guitar is no use without a good amp, thus I am encouraging him to save more from his allowance and buy an amp the soonest time possible.
There are four types of amplifiers: tube, solid state, digital, and hybrid. The last two are certainly more high-tech and more expensive but I believe my son needs a tube or solid state as a beginner. Each type has its own advantages, and it all boils down to our budget and preference. So we choose the jtm 45 reissue at guitar center . It is power-saving and sounds much louder than solid-state and digital model at the same wattage.
We are planning to let go of our newly acquired Isuzu Crosswind Sportivo and settle for a car. We decided to invest for a business this year. We realized we don’t need an SUV considering that we are just four in the family. We need a financial breakthrough this 2014 and selling our Sportivo is a better option that getting a loan with a high interest. For the price and specs. Browse at Ayosdito.com
I began teaching my son Isaiah John guitar when he was 9 years old. Being a music teacher, I believe that that music can have a positive impact in many areas of my child’s life. With my two kids , I’ve observed how music improved our lives. Some of the positive results were concentration, , tenacity, and responsibility. The benefits of learning music flowed into every area in every child’s life.
My son is now 17 years old and actively involved in the music ministry of our church. He’s the lead guitarist of our church’s junior band. He aims to excel in his craft, that is why he updates himself with the latest music gadget. Recently he bought a new electric guitar and an Irig for his ipad mini . He saw the cheap maxon effects at musicians friend and wanted it too! I told him to make good with his semi-final grades ( he’s a freshman taking Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Sciences), so I can buy him the guitar pedal that he wanted.
My dad bought me an old gretsch electric guitar when I was yet in my teen years. It was a bit weird for me to see a big electric guitar with a different design and it was not what I expected. The owner of that instrument once played for the president of the United States of America. I was so ignorant with the quality of that guitar until I saw a Music department store selling gretsch bass guitars and it belonged to the top caliber guitars used by top caliber musicians. My son is playing the lead guitar in our worship team and he has his own brand of guitar. But I’m already a fan of gretsch guitars.