Last year, I read an article online about the Department of Education distributing thousands of digital pianos, metallic boards in public elementary schools in the National Capital Region, Central Luzon, and Southern Tagalog regions. The move is said to address the lack of musical instruments in public schools. I wonder if thereâ€™s a development on this project. If the government will have another project like this and they would decide to give out guitars and would look for accessories like capo guitar, check it out at MusiciansFriend.com. Giving musical instruments is something that private institutions should consider sponsoring to support well-deserved students pursue a career in music and related opportunities.
Just when I was preparing to cook our meal a friend of mine requested me to look for a musical instrument online. She was out on an errand and have no time to check for herself. It’s for one of her kids. So I checked the website, good thing there is
musicians friend cornet instrument in stock. My friend was thankful for the little help.
I bought this lyre for my son three years ago. He joined the school’s Drum and Lyre Band and he need to have his own lyre to join. I bought this for P1,100.00 ($27) and comes with a free case. It was our first real musical instrument at home. Now my dilemma is what to do with this lyre. My son no longer use it. I thought maybe someone could make good use of this.
Meantime, if you are looking for a cost-effective ukele tuning, you can check some music stores in the Quiapo, Manila area for service center.