Win a Taylor Travel Guitar

win-a-taylor_gs_mini_guitar You can win this great Guitar

I want to share another Tip with you!
This is sureley interesting for all Guitarists.

I just found this myself by someone who i follow on Youtube (Reviews etc about Guitars)
All you have to do, is to subscribe to a newsletter and you can Win a Traveler Guitar (follow the link for further informations).

If you tell this your friends you get even more chances to win, for example when you subscribe too, i get 10 more chances to win that Guitar.  Just see yourself and maybe Win the Taylor GS Mini Acoustic Guitar.

So, yes, who wants a chance to get that guitar has to subscribe to that newsletter but you dont have to stay subsribed longer than this “raffle” is on, do you? 😉 And who knows maybe the informations they send are interesting. At least on youtube i did follow.
So, if you take part too, thanks for giving me more chances and… Good Luck to you too 😉


Win a Fender E Guitar

fender-jag-50th-aniversary The Fender Year of the Jag Giveaway Promotion

Tip of the day!
This is sureley interesting for all Guitarists.

I just registered for a free account in the Fender Community and found this Promotion.
You can win a Fender Jaguar E-Guitar.

The Fender Jag is 50. And for its 50th Anniversary you can ... continue reading

Whistles – Penny- Tin- or what do you call them?

penny-whistle-my-music-community-net Whistles how should we call them?

I need some input. How do you call your Whistles?
I call mine Peter, Herbert, Mary…. no just kidding.
But you know, there are several names like: Whistle, Penny Whistle, Tin Whistle, Irish Whistle, Feadog Stain, Flageolet , Pocket Whistle, Blechfloete (german for tin whistle), High Whistle, Soprano Whistle, Low Whistle, … (if you  know other Words for this Instruments,  please let me know).

So what word do you use? or better what word should we use here in our Community?
According to Google most People use for “Penny Whistle” and “Tin Whistle”, both same much. Wikipedia uses “Tin Whistle” even if i search for “Penny Whistle

What about me?
In English i like to say Whistle, but doesn’t that normally mean that kind of whistles which aren’t instruments and just for to make one tone? See Wikipedia about Whistles

Because I saw Whistles like ours the first time in Ireland and was told there that they are Irish Instruments (which was hard to believe because most looked like toys with those colourful heads and being sold for little money), I did liked to call them Irish Whistles.
But i do know now that even if they are very common in Ireland and Irish Music, they are not (only) Irish Whistles.
One maybe could call a Waltons an irish Whistle because it’s made in Ireland maybe but all Whistles? ... continue reading