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Batuk Nandi Plays Ranbindra sangeet on the Strings Guitar Instrumental Vol – 2

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“If you have a teenager or older child who wants to learn to play the guitar ,do you rent or buy? And if you buy, do you spend $300, $500 or more on a guitar? Good question. How about if your child decides they don’t like playing guitar after a few lessons or after a couple months?

Here’s a great solution. This is a full-size acoustic guitar with accessories that will end up costing about the same as renting a guitar for a month or two. In my area, the Guitar Center will do a monthly rental of an acoustic guitar for between $50-$100/month depending on the guitar.

This is a nice guitar for the money. It’s got a spruce top and basswood sides and back. A Maple neck with and ebonized fingerboard with inlaid buttons. It looks nice and the sound is decent.

Included with the guitar are 2 sets of strings, some finger picks, a pitch pipe, capo, soft nylon zippered case and a guitar stand. The accessories are not the greatest but still, they are included and if nothing else are a great start to a budding young guitarists career.

I think it makes a lot of sense to start a young person out with their own instrument rather than renting (which is basically just throwing money out the window.) This guitar will get the budding guitarist started wihtout a huge expense and it sounds pretty nice for the price.”

Laminated spruce top for clearly articulate tone & Dreadnought body for greater volume and projection, excellent balance and supreme durability
Great-sounding is perfect for budding guitarists who are looking for a quality, affordable accoustic guitar.
Features with Spruce Top, Basswood Back and Sides, Maple Neck with ABS Binding, Ebonized Maple Fingerboard with Dot Inlay, Dyed Hardwood Bridge, Guitar Body with ABS Binding, Black Pickguard
Chrome sealed die-cast machine heads for superb tuning stability
Including everything a beginner needs to get started:Single Black Vertical Guitar Stand, 4mm Padding Black Nylon Gig Bag, Strap, Strings, Pitch Pipe, Capo, Picks

Body Style: Dreadnought
Top Wood: Spruce
Color: Natural
Finish: Gloss
Scale Length: 25.5 inch
Fingerboard Material: Maple
Fingerboard Inlay: Dots
Number of Frets: 20
Bridge/Tailpiece Material: Hardwood
Back & Sides Wood: Basswood
Neck Material: Maple
Binding: Black ABS
Tuning Machines: Chrome Plated
Nut/Saddle Material: Synthetic Bone
Nut Width: 1.69 inch
Body Length: 20 inch
Body Width: 16 inch
Body Depth: 4.6 inch
Overall Length: 41 inch
String Type: Steel
Number of Strings: 6
Strings: Light Gauge(.011.048)
Hand Orientation: RightHanded
Accessories Included: Stand, 4mm gig bag, strap, strings, pitch pipe, picks, capo

I do not own this music. All copyright goes to Sony, or whosoever rightfully owns the catalog.
P³ers sent me a request, and I learn it and record it right there at my favorite coffee joint. No fuss. One take. Please pardon my wonky guitar playin. This is fun .
Sheet music is available here: ○Piano Tutorial: ○The quickest and easiest way to learn the piano: .
Sheet music: ○Piano Tutorial: ○The quickest and easiest way to learn the piano: .

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