Tips for Voice, Piano, Guitar, Drum, Flute, Violin, and Saxophone Students
At Right Start Music, we stay engaged with our students and families through weekly music lessons and developing great relationships. Similarly, we aim to stay engaged with the online community by bringing you relevant blog posts to help you understand more about different music related topics. From choosing the right keyboard, guitar, or drum set for your child to the incredible benefits of music education for kids, we will keep you informed with info to help your child succeed in music and become the best musician they can be.
For parents looking into voice lessons for their kids, we will share tips about learning how to sing and how to practice singing effectively to get the most out of voice lessons. For those interested in maximizing piano or keyboard lessons, we will talk about reading music, finger techniques, and which keyboards will work in your budget. Before starting guitar lessons, beginners wanting to learn to play the guitar definitely won't want to miss our discussions on choosing between acoustic guitar and electric guitar, plus which models are the best fit based on the student's age and favorite music style. And for those considering drum lessons, we will focus on which types of drum sets are best for certain students, drumming dos and don'ts, and which drummers are great influences to listen to. We will even discuss topics like helping your kids get the most out of flute lessons, violin lessons, and saxophone lessons so playing at school in Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, El Segundo, Torrance, and Palos Verdes music programs.
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