Here at Andertons Music Co, we believe that learning is just as important as breathing, eating or using strap-locks on your prized electric guitar. Whether it’s a new technique, the design of your favourite instrument, or simply touching up on your knowledge, learning is the epicentre of a musician’s life.
We’re musicians ourselves, so we’re just as keen to learn as you are. That’s why we go out of our way to curate as much interesting and informative content as possible to suit everyone’s needs! So what are you waiting for? Go forth and learn!
When it comes to pianos, there are two camps that divide the market. Real pianos represent a long-established and traditional sound, while digital pianos offer far more flexibility for modern players. In this article, we’re going to help you to discover which option will suit you the best!
Were you paying attention in science class at school? We’re about to get a bit technical. You’ve probably read these terms in product manuals, even based purchases off them. But do you know what they actually mean?
What’s more important: guitar or amp? Let's explore some pros and cons...
Lacking creativity in your life? Or do your kids need a new outlet for their bundles of energy? Sounds like you and/or your kids are in need of a musical instrument! But which one?
Introducing your child to music can be an incredibly rewarding experience as a parent. Seeing them showcase their talent with an instrument is an extremely proud moment. Especially if you're into music too!
Musicians and sound engineers aren’t the only ones who need to know about PA systems. A PA system is useful for a whole host of venues like churches, schools, gyms and bars to speak to a group of people. Get clued in so you know exactly what to look for the next time you need speakers.
In the market for your first instrument? Here’s why you should buy from a music shop instead of an online retailer…
Building a pedalboard is an exciting, productive and rewarding experience for guitar players of all levels. Whether you’ve been playing for just a few months or even several years, putting together a set of stompboxes can unlock tonnes of creativity, giving you a palette of different tones!