Musical Instruments Your Kids Will Stick With

Bill McRea
 


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You understand that learning a musical instrument has a lot of benefits for your children. It helps them learn about music, helps them function in a group setting, enhances their self esteem, and also develops their creativity. In fact, they’ve even expressed a desire to learn an instrument. The problem is, you worry that they won’t stick with it and you will have wasted time and money.

Well, one of the biggest reasons kids don’t stick with an instrument is because they don’t consider it exciting or cool enough. Yes, you may have purchased a shiny new trumpet for them, but if they are a fan of rock music, this instrument won’t seem exciting for them. In fact, you will probably battle with them constantly to get them to practice until you both eventually quite.

Want to avoid this scenario? Then why not choose musical instruments your kids will stick with? Here is some advice that will help you make a wise choice. These are all instruments your child will stick with because they aren’t considering geeky or uncool.

Acoustic or Electric Guitar

Your child has a choice between the acoustic and electric guitar and both appeal to a variety of musical genres. For example, if your child loves to sing and play at the same time, an acoustic is a good choice. If they love rock music, an electric guitar is a good choice.

Consider what kind of music they like and it will give you a clue as to which to buy for them. Keep in mind that if they are serious about learning the guitar, they’ll probably want both an acoustic and an electric eventually. They’ll stick with this because they can play music that appeals to their personal taste.

Bass

The bass is also another good instrument to choose from because it is also considered “cool”. All the popular bands have a bassist, and if your child has aspirations to be in a band with some friends, this may be a good choice. Basically any type of band be it a jazz band or heavy metal group needs a bass player.

Drums

Drums are also another instrument that kids stick with. Drummers stand out. They are responsible for keeping the beat and if they are off beat, the entire band will sound terrible. They are depended on. To a parent, it may seem as if the only thing the drums are good for is generating a lot of noise. But, they actually hold all the benefits of learning any music instrument. This is a good choice for someone who has a sense of rhythm.

Bill McRea is the publisher of Guitar Warehouse the best place to Buy Guitar and learn Guitar Playing Techniques . Visit our site for over 60 Free Guitar Lessons and Information about playing Guitar.

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