Music Educators all over are being tested more than ever before. You guys truly are superheroes, but being one can take its toll. Check out this cool article from NAMM U (National Association of Music Merchandisers University) talking about how to maintain a good head space so you can help your students be their best.
The retail shop and repair shop are now open (June 11th) and we have new hours. Come visit us Monday through Saturday between Noon and 5PM!
We’re taking significant steps to ensure safety.
We clean and disinfect all shared surfaces; keypads, door handles, counter tops, writing utensils, and more.
We now require masks for all staff members and all who visit us. Masks are available at the front door at no charge if you forgot yours.
Like you, we are closely monitoring local and national reports on the evolving impact of COVID-19 and taking action based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the World Health Organization (WHO), applicable public health agencies, as well as our own common sense.
If you have questions or comments, please stop by during our new hours or call the shop at (603) 356-3562 and leave a message. Email us visit us on Instagram or Facebook.
We’re all in this together, and we look forward to seeing you soon!
This New Year we wanted to share a few New Year’s Resolutions with our awesome customers (that’s you!) that our staff has set for themselves. While some may be taken more seriously than others, we are putting our best feet forward with our goals for 2020.
“I’ve stubbed my toe twice on my guitar in the past month, which is more than I’ve picked it up and played it–I want to pick my guitar up everyday this year to play. I also want to try making less banjo jokes!”
“After 40 years of playing electric guitar only, I want to get back into my acoustic guitar. I also want to learn to play another instrument–maybe a banjo!”
“I want to start writing more again. I also want to more actively use my metronome while practicing, and to work on my modes and scales.”
“This year I want to learn how to apply my music theory knowledge to my guitar, to better my songwriting skills. I also want to more often remember that ‘hot things are hot’ when soldering parts at the bench–I burn myself way too often, hahaha!”