|Author||Topic: buying an instrument|
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|posted: 12/10/2006 at 8:00:54 PM ET|
im looking to buy a baritone horn and i dont know what brand out of the two i found is better Jupiter or selman please help
|posted: 12/13/2006 at 12:36:01 AM ET|
I assume you mean Selmer. I would go with the Selmer.
|posted: 2/17/2007 at 6:42:24 PM ET|
I have a question here.
For a beginner guitar player would you suggest: Carlo Robelli 3/4 size acoustic guitar, it's all wooden construction and rosewood fingerboard.
I don't know as of yet whether the strings are steel or nylon?
Really would like to hear some feedback before making this purchase. What's your take.
Thanks much, much
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|posted: 2/24/2007 at 5:06:41 AM ET|
I am not familiar with this particular brand, but unless you are very much into Classical guitar, I would suggest a steel string.
|posted: 7/10/2007 at 4:04:04 PM ET|
I would look less at the name brand and more at the condition of the instrument (along with the price). You will have plenty of time to get a high dollar, brand new instrument once you know for sure if you will be doing this for a while. A good artist will not need a name brand to sound good, just a good instrument. However, I have a selmer trumpet and it truly is a great sounding instrument.
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