Choosing the Right Keyboard/Piano or Cello

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Subject: Piano
Last updated: 10/11/2009
Tags: piano, recommendations (websites)
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It is imperative that students have the right instrument to play/practice on. Finding a suitable instrument can be quite a daunting task so here are a couple of websites I recommend that go over the essential basics when choosing an instrument. As a general rule - never buy the first thing you see! Spend time comparing as many instruments/prices as possible.

Piano:

http://www.childrensmusicworkshop.com/instruments/piano/index.html

Cello:

http://www.zaretandsonsviolins.com/choosingcello.html

And for a man that knows lots about stringed instruments, I recommend Andrew Hooker Violins as I have found him to be very honest and helpful:

http://www.aviolin.co.uk/


Anna Suling King Piano Teacher (Edinburgh)

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