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What should I take into consideration when buying my first digital piano
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Both Kawai and Roland are reputable brands. But Kawai CN37 is a brilliant digital piano. From my experience with some digital pianos, I wasn't able to use a great range of dynamics, but with Kawai ...

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Learning Guitar and Piano
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Learning to play the piano can help you learn the fundamentals of music theory, but whether it's better than the guitar, well, it's quite relative. If you want to take music theory far with only the ...

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Digital vs Acoustic Piano
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It’s a very valid question, as both types of piano give you a different feel, and you may also wonder which piano is more suited to your needs - digital or acoustic upright? An acoustic piano, in ...

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Piano practice exercises
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To loosen your hands, fingers, wrists, arms and shoulders, it is vital to warm up before playing the piano. You'll avoid any sort of muscle tension or unwanted pain in any part of your body. I'm sure ...

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memorizing scales in playing guitar?
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You don't have to necessarily memorize ALL the scales theoretically before applying them onto the guitar. Take a few scales (eg. A major) to practice with and work your way up. There are various ...

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What are important techniques to improve solid timing on drums
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This is a really interesting question and I think it's fantastic that your aiming to play so in the pocket. However remember that even the very best players have a discrepancy between their beat and ...

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Is it advisable to use hand grippers to train for barre chords
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I don't find those hand-grippers very effective in teaching you how to make your barre chords sound better. The truth is, a large part of getting your barre chords to sound good comes from good ...

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How can I increase my note reading and finger strength?
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Since accuracy is your main concern, you should practice staccato scales and dotted rhythms exercises. To improve finger independence, try practicing Czerny's Op. 802. No. 9 and some of Johannes ...

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Restarting without a teacher
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It depends on your goals. If you're planning to do ABRSM theory and piano practical exams again (eg. Grade 6, 7 and 8), it's more ideal to have a teacher to give you feedback about what areas you need ...

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How can I improve my piano sight reading?
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To add to the answers above, one of the main things that you can do to improve your sight-reading is practicing all scales, arpeggios and chords on the piano. Before you begin to play a piece that you ...

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