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Keyboard 'is an easy-to-learn instrument'
An electric keyboard could be the ideal instrument for anyone who wants to be able to learn to play music quickly.
Yamaha keyboard teacher Melley Oey told the Vernon Morning Star that it does not take a long time to master songs on the instrument and once they get going, players tend to find it "really fun".
She pointed out that electric keyboards give musicians a host of options for the sound they want to create.
"With the electric keyboard, you have everything, especially dynamic accompaniment such as rock 'n' roll, waltz, jazz, Latin and more," Ms Oey stated.
ÂPosted on 15 Sep 2010 19:18 to category : Instruments News
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