Have you (or your child) recently decided to take the first step on a musical journey by learning to play a string instrument? If so, congratulations!
Learning something new can seem overwhelming at first — but take comfort in knowing that many others have taken up a string instrument with no prior experience, and while some go on to have careers as musicians and teachers, many others have found ways to incorporate occasional string playing into their busy lives as a source of relaxation.
Whatever your goal, the staff at Johnson String Instrument recently picked out several articles and videos from our online library to support you or your child on the path to musicianship. We’re eager to help in any way that we can. You are always welcome to stop by our retail store in Newton Upper Falls to speak with a staff member for advice and encouragement.
Articles for Beginning String Players
- How Much Should You Practice Playing Cello?
- The Best Strings For a Warm Violin Sound
- The School Orchestra Instrument Selection Guide
- How Often Should You Clean Your Violin Strings?
- The Benefits of Microfiber Cleaning Cloths for Instruments
- What’s Wrong With My Violin?
- Do Violin Strings Go Bad in Time?
- Naming Your Instrument
- When to Remove Finger Tapes
- Common Problems With Cheaper Violins
- The Cello Buyers Guide
- VIDEO: Hear From Johnson String Instrument Staff
- Planning Your Career in Music After College
- Is Cello the Instrument for You?
- How Often Should You Replace Your Cello Strings?
- The Best Violin Strings for Beginners
- What Are the Cello Strings in Order?
- Helping Kids Develop a Practice Routine Isn’t Always Easy
- Potential Problems You Can Find with Cheaper Violins
- How to Buy Violin Strings Online
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