Awakening a passion for music is like the first serious love.
You are ready to devote all your free time to a new hobby, plan a long and happy future together, but at the same time you are afraid that some awkward action will suddenly destroy the magic. It really is.
If you make a mistake in choosing a tool, and he will break dreams of a ruthless reality. Buy something too primitive – it will limit your development even before you achieve a noticeable result. Take the overly expensive and venerable – and you will be disappointed at how humble your first successes sound for such a significant investment.
We will tell you how beginners do not make mistakes when buying their first tool in an online store. Following our simple tips, you can easily select the equipment for yourself to enter into a long and, most importantly, harmonious relationship with music.
Rule 1. Choose from well-known manufacturers. They are popular for a reason, but because of the relatively stable product quality.
Rule 2. Online shopping is a good idea. The rule that the tool must be tried with your own hands works for those who know exactly what and where to touch. The rest spend a lot of time and nerves to choose, but in the end they still get a tool, seasoned with a double dose of doubt and uncertainty. Knowledge multiplies sorrow, you know …
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Rule 3. Roughly decide on the style of music to which you gravitate. This will significantly narrow your search.
Rule 4. Do not rely on the advice of experienced friends and relatives. They unwittingly emphasize their competence, overestimate the requirements for the instrument and convince you that you cannot approach musical questions on a crooked goat. And this, you know, is bad for inspiration. However, they are not aware of the store’s assortment.
Rule 5. Don’t be afraid of sellers. We introduced a rule: when you talk to a beginner, turn off snobbery and speak in an understandable language.
We are especially attentive to beginning musicians. After all, if at this stage we manage to offer exactly what we need, later the beginner will come back to us again. As an amateur. Then, as a professional … And if the seller in a conversation makes it clear that music is perhaps not for you, then he is just a fool.
Rule 6. Choose to grow. It makes no sense to take an instrument only for home rehearsals. Imagine that you are giving a concert for several friends and strangers. If you are diligent, this moment will come faster than it seems. It’s a shame if you’re ready to meet the audience, but your instrument isn’t.
Rule 7. Determine honestly the amount you are willing to spend. Choose a few models in the range that interests you and further explore only them.