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1. Stellah Guitars
Stellah Guitars
Stellah Guitars were founded in 2009 and superceded the Rodeo brand for electric guitars and basses. The philosophy behind Stellah guitars is to provide good quality guitars at a very low price. A lot of the models take the inspiration from popular well known brand guitars, but also unusal guita...
Music - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 10:54:14
2. Stellah Guitar DIY Kits
Stellah Guitar DIY Kits
This article provides a guide to the different types of Stellah DIY Guitar Kits. At this stage, there are a wide variety of styles available. Different wood types for the body & neck, pickup configuration, hardware are among the many options you can choose from. Stellah guitar kits are known for ...
Music - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 10:54:26
3. Clarinets: A beginner's guide
Clarinets: A beginner's guide
This clarinet is the smallest out of the standard clarinets and is typically one third shorter than its B flat and A siblings. Fingering is the same as the B flat but a little narrower. A sharp shrill is produced which sets it apart from other clarinets....
Music - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 10:54:22
4. Guide to buying a beginner trumpet
Guide to buying a beginner trumpet
The purpose of this lens is to give a quick guide to buying your first trumpet. I will give you some ideas of some of the good brands to buy without breaking the bank. The trumpet is a great instrument to play but can be difficult to get started on as the blowing action is quite different from th...
Music - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 10:53:46
5. A Guide To Saxophone Types
A Guide To Saxophone Types
You are driving along listening to Gerry Rafferty's "Baker Street". What a classic tune, with the unforgettable saxophone. Maybe you are wishing you could emulate this song and entertain others. "It would be impossible to play" and "I can't imagine being able to play this" are the words at the ba...
Music - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 10:54:09
6. Stellah MH-03 Guitar Machine Heads
Stellah MH-03 Guitar Tuners are a suitable for electric guitar headstocks that take 3 machine heads to each side. They are similar to the type of machine heads you would find on some Gibson guitars and feature a tuilip shaped head. Overall, they are excellent quality and hold the guitar in tune. ...
Music - Mon, 25 Jun 2012 20:03:09
7. An analysis of violins for novices
The violin is the smallest, highest pitched member of the violin family which encompasses the viola, cello and double bass. The four strings of the violin, G, D, A and E are tuned in intervals of a 5th and give the instrument a range of around 4 octaves. Violins originated in western culture and ...
Music - Mon, 30 Jul 2012 20:12:52
8. Purchasing a Flute
So you have been won over by the hypnotic and soothing sounds of the flute. You now aspire to entertaining family and friends at various gatherings. Well this was an excellent instrument to choose. Compact, light and easy to transport by hand, it leaves the heavier guitar or piano standing in the...
Music - Mon, 30 Jul 2012 20:10:36
9. Stellah MH-01 Guitar Machine Heads
Stellah MH-01 Machine heads are a suitable for both acoustic and electric guitar headstocks that take 3 machine heads to each side. They are one of the best entry level machine heads around. They are finished well, move nicely and keep the guitar in good tune. Each set consists of 3 left and 3 ri...
Music - Mon, 25 Jun 2012 20:04:05
10. Stellah MH-04 Guitar Machine Heads
Stellah MH-04 Guitar Tuners are a suitable for electric guitar headstocks that have a 6 inline configuration on one side of the head stock. They are a little bit smaller than the MH-01 machine heads for example. They are usually suited to fender style / shaped guitars. They are finished well, mov...
Music - Mon, 25 Jun 2012 20:03:35

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