Here at Instrumental Global we offer tips and guides on how to learn to play music in the comfort of your own home.
Before we built this site, we noticed that the music industry is not catered for enough for home learning.
Sure, you will find some websites that help; but few if any provide detailed and more importantly honest reviews.
We are here to give our readers the most helpful and insightful information they need in order to help them make the most informative decision they can when buying equipment, softwares and online music courses.
We also offer in depth reviews of the latest online music courses for learning guitar, piano and also improving your singing voice.
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Gospel Church musicians often need a versatile electric or acoustic guitar that can sound motivational, mellifluous, and can stir up the audience to their feet when the time is right. We’ve looked at some guitars that are commonly used for praise and shortlisted those that are capable of breathtaking sounds.
As you can imagine, there are hundreds of electric guitar picks to choose from, of which many are specifically designed for metal guitarists. From classics to power metal to nu-metal to djent – metal vastly varies in its subgenres. Fortunately, the one thread common among each of these styles is
Metronomes rank among the best and most essential practice tool for musicians at any level of expertise. These innocuous gadgets simply provide a consistent “tock-tick-tick-tick” while you labor away to hone your tempo and rhythm. Their sounds range from clicks/ticks to beeps to a drumbeat. And, you can modify their
Punk guitarists generally prefer no-frills and unconventional solid-body electric guitars that are durable, hard-hitting, and have a slender neck for quick power chord changes. They also need an instrument that stays in tune and is armed with punchy pickups that can drive the music. In general, punk guitarists often favor
The Taylor GS Mini and Baby Taylor are highly regarded options in the travel guitar or parlor guitar segment. Which one of these is a better guitar for you? If you are looking for a portable and small-size guitar, Taylor’s GS Mini and Baby Taylor are equally formidable choices. It
Musicians with small hands often struggle with chunky guitar necks, large body shapes of larger-sized instruments. Most commonly, the design of these ‘full-sized’ guitars makes it hard to play certain chords or traverse the neck with comfort and ease. Many manufacturers have recognized this issue and created compact instruments for
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