So You Can Get Your Groove On!

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Welcome to Jeff’s Music Store

 

Jeff’s Music Store is a place where you can find musical instruments just for you. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced musician you can find quality made musical products at low prices you can afford.

Our selection of instruments covers a wide range in each category to give you choices best suited to your budget and needs. We are happy to have you here and will assist you with your choice should you need it.

If you’ve just started learning, it’s hard to pick out exactly what you need because you haven’t had the experience yet. That’s where we excel! Jeff has over 50 years experience in the music industry and is qualified to pick out an instrument that will best fit your playing ability if you like.

 

A Good Fit So You Can Get Your Groove On

You want to find an instrument that best fits you. Ease of use is important so you’re not wearing yourself out in a short period. If your instrument fits you and is easy to play you’ll get years of enjoyment from it, learn easier, and pick up new things faster.

Nothing is worse than having an instrument that is hard to play.

 

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Find The Instrument You’re Looking For By Search

From the menu on top of this page, choose the category for the type instrument you would like.

  1. Click on the appropriate instrument or equipment category.
  2. Find the search bar on the page.
  3. Type in the search box the brand name of the instrument you are looking for.
  4. Enjoy your selection of brand name items.

Or check out our Instrument List


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A Period Of Adjustment

Every new instrument takes some time getting used to. There is what I like to call a break-in period for both you and the instrument. If it, is a stringed instrument you’ll need time to get used to (fretting) pressing your fingers down on the strings in the proper positions.

Your stringed instrument over time will adjust itself minutely to your playing style.

If you are buying a trap set (drum set) you will want to adjust it to facilitate ease of play. You will get used to setting them up to fit you.

Your drums will probably need to be tuned to the proper tone since 99% of the time they don’t come tuned from the factory. All drum sets should come with a tuning key and instructions on how to use it.

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We’ll Stand Behind You

On every purchase made here at Jeff’s Music Store, we will stand behind you. If you’re not completely satisfied with your product, there should be a warranty and a return policy with every product you can use to either correct the problem or return the product.

Your product should have a clause that covers any damage caused by shipping or defects not detected prior to shipping from the factory or outlet. We want you to be satisfied with your new purchase that is why we’ll back you up if it is damaged or defective in any way unless you bought the product with prior knowledge of such damage or defect. You must follow contact directions on that Amazon Site to address customer service issues.

 

Check it Out

When unpacking your new product, it’s a good idea to keep the packing material in case you have to return the item. Try not to tear the packing material so you can package it back up easily. Inspect your product well, looking it over for scratches, chips, dents, or loose and missing parts.

If your product has any of these things wrong with it, we recommend not using it and sending it back for a refund and purchasing a product of equal value. The company will be able to tell whether the damage was caused by shipping, a factory defect, or if it was caused by customer use.

 

Let Us Know

If you have any questions or would like our assistance with anything at all, please don’t hesitate to let us know by contacting us. We’d be glad to help you out.

Jeff Herman – CEO and Founder of Jeff’s Music Store

 

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6 Replies to “So You Can Get Your Groove On!”

  • Hi Jeff, 

    I’m currently on the lookout for a ‘lesser’ Les Paul or Fender model guitar for my young son (he’s just starting out). I’d like to know your opinion on these sub-brands such as Fender Squire and Gibson Epiphone etc. 

    I know they are a lot cheaper than the full models, and a lot of them are Asian-made – but do they still hold the quality of the original brand?

    • Fender Squires and Gibson Epiphones are excellent choices for a beginner guitarist. Gibson guitars are heavier but are a high quality guitar. Personally I would pick a Gibson because of not only do they hold their value but the craftmanship that goes into their guitars is excellent. Thank you very much for asking and if I can be of assistance let me know.

      Jeff

  • Jeff,
    I found your site really interesting and informative. The does it fit article is truly something that only a musician would use in a sales pitch and not only does it put the user at ease with your expertise in the subject but also builds trust.

    The only slight issue that I think you may come across is in your ‘Find Your Instrument’ section is that people are inherently lazy, and over-dumb their abilities especially where a list of instructions is concerned. So even though your list of instruction is very easy to follow, you may find it underused. So what i would do is remove the decision making from them and take ownership on their behalf by producing a walk-through video for them to follow.

    • Hi Adrian, Thanks for you comments and feedback. Very much appreciated. I will consider what you have said and it makes sense to me. I’ll get hot on that real soon. Thanks again.

      Jeff

  • Hey Jeff – love the site! Very informative.

    I wonder if you can help me narrow down a choice. I’m not a musician but I used to dabble on my Gran’s piano when I was little – quite a few years ago!

    I’d like to learn to play keyboards – or at least dabble on them a bit more! – and although I love the sound of the piano I’m also a great fan of electronic music so I’m wondering – piano or synth?

    I know some modern pianos have lots of additional sounds but they’re not really synths. However, I was wondering whether it would be better to learn on the piano first and then get a synth, or just to jump straight in with a synth.

    I have an initial budget of around $500 give or take.

    I’d appreciate your advice.
    Ian

    • Hi, Ian, I am glad you asked! Synthesizers technically are not the same as a piano. They are used to produce special effects for movies and soundscores but really don’t have that capability to create songs with. There are some great keyboards out there that have that electronic techno sound you are looking for. You would just have to do a little research and find the right one with the money you have budgeted. My advice is to learn first on a less expensive keyboard all the fundamentals. Then as you progress you can purchase something more to your liking. I do have access to online learning the piano if you are interested.

      Let me know if I can be of assistance in any way for your future needs in the world of music.
      Here is a link you can use to find out about online lessons if you like. ==> https://uplay.siterubix.com

      Kind Regards,
      Jeff

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