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Musical instruments

All the musical instrument articles, guides, tutorials, and reviews at Higher Hz.

Squier 40th Anniversary Stratocaster Gold Edition review

There’s more to this guitar than its upscale features and eye-catching design.

If you want to find out what makes this Squier Strat model so special (especially concerning the price), make sure to read on.

Not only are we going to lay it all out in terms of grading its features, but we’re going to compare it with other similar options on the market.

Kurzweil SP1 review

Kurzweil was once an industry leader, and while they are still very prominent, they maybe lack the mainstream coverage of some other brands. However, releases have focused on simplicity in recent years, with a great sound and simple workflow at the forefront.

This review looks at the 88-key SP1, an excellent example of the modern Kurzweil approach.

The 4 best ways to learn how to play piano in 2023

Learning to play the piano is a beautiful thing but often seems like a daunting task. The idea of dealing with 88 keys, harmony, melody, and rhythm in one instrument is enough to make beginners think that two hands aren’t enough. However, it doesn’t have to be too complicated as there are plenty of ways to learn. In fact, choosing the best way to learn might be the most crucial decision you make. Luckily for any budding pianists out there, I’m here to help steer you in the...

Kawai KDP75 review

I say it often, but it’s worth repeating: if a Kawai piano is within your budget, it’s worth serious consideration. In this Kawai KDP75 review, I’ll discuss how it sounds, feels, and looks. I’ll also talk about who it suits most and why it’s one of my best digital pianos under $1000.

Piano or guitar: What’s easier? What should you learn first?

When it comes to learning to play an instrument, people often don’t know where or how to start.

They don’t know if they have enough time, don’t know how to use the time they have, and don’t know which instrument to pick up.

That’s all very understandable; it can be a relatively daunting task, after all.