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When starting to learn how to play an instrument, students should be able to focus on technique, using determination and grit rather than spending time with low quality instruments and accessories. Recorders are often the first step in learning how to play music. Guitars can be another vehicle of curiosity and wonder at music's power. Reeds and ligatures in the traditional band setting are vital to the woodwind player and can become a nagging expense. All these products are reliable, reasonably priced and can become incredibly effective in a novice musician's hands. Confidence in a product can dispel students' worry.

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When starting to learn how to play an instrument, students should be able to focus on technique, using determination and grit rather than spending time with low quality instruments and accessories. Recorders are often the first step in learning how to play music. Guitars can be another vehicle of curiosity and wonder at music's power. Reeds and ligatures in the traditional band setting are vital to the woodwind player and can become a nagging expense. All these products are reliable, reasonably priced and can become incredibly effective in a novice musician's hands. Confidence in a product can dispel students' worry.

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