April 2nd, 2014
Maybe I’ll never have an opportunity to play in a band. It would make a good item on my bucket list though. And I can understand the passion for music and the technical ability required, being a photographer myself.
It seems to me too, that there are a lot of similarities between photography and music. Both require state of the art equipment. Musicians might drool over stuff like danelectro while photographers argue about the best camera. And both are passionate about making the very best production possible.
April 2nd, 2014
If you’ve ever witnessed a live concert of a big music act or other live performance, then you’ve seen the seemingly endless pieces of equipment up on stage – as well as part of the stage – that make up the performance. There are guitar stands, and amps and cords everywhere. It’s bewildering to think how anyone can keep it all together and make a live show come off as good as they do.
March 19th, 2014
I always wanted the best for my business in photography. And of course I”m also conscious of the cost of acquiring the best equipment. I think it’s exactly the same in any business endeavor. You want the right tools at the right price. A musician also demands the same like these zoom accessories from guitar center. Because if you’re spending all your time and money replacing items that are not the best, you’re wasting time and money that could be spent on the best equipment.
March 17th, 2014
Elsewhere, I said that popular or famous musicians would probably be only too happy to let you in on what their all-time favourite instrument they’re ever owned has been. I mentioned that a certain guitar name would probably top the list. But I thought of another name that would probably get a good amount of responses as well as good guitars.
There are probably many, many others that I’ve never even heard of. But these two would probably make it onto at least some famous artist’s list of favourites.
March 17th, 2014
As the Bible so eloquently says, there is a time for everything under the sun. It goes on to talk about the ultimate end of almost every person who has ever lived. The Bible calls it ‘sheol’ – in Hebrew – meaning ‘gravedom’, or the place of the dead. As I said, it’s something that happens – or will happen – to nearly every person on Earth. The Bible also calls the grave an enemy. And no wonder, since it’s not something that most people look forward to. However, considering that most people will end up in the grave, it’s prudent for each person to at least think about it.
There are excellent resources available in the form of funeral planning guide that can help almost everyone deal with that least looked forward to event. They involve answering some questions which will take a little time, but perhaps not as much as you might think. Consider what the Bible has to say and plan wisely.
March 2nd, 2014
With the winter that we have had, you don’t want to mess around with less than the best carrying cases for your equipment when it comes to transporting it through the cold, snow and ice. I cringe to think what might happen with a large instrument falling hard in conditions like this. Not a good time to scrimp on a cajon bag if you want to preserve your cajon intact until spring and summer arrives.