Singing and Playing Guitar

Published May 6, 2016

Singing and Playing Guitar

There may be several reasons why you would want to buy a karaoke machine for your own use. Almost everyone loves to sing and having a karaoke machine is one fun way to do so without being too embarrassed. If everyone else is singing, you may be more apt to give it a try and by using a karaoke machine, you don’t have to worry about forgetting the lyrics.

If you have teenagers in your home, it’s a good way for them to entertain themselves, along with their friends. They can sing their favorite hit songs and have fun seeing who knows all the lyrics and who has to look at the screen constantly. It’s great for parties and birthday parties or for just having fun family evenings.

Aspiring singers in your family will love working with the machine as well. The singer can practice their stage presence and practice memorizing lyrics in time to a song’s beat much easier than they can with just sheet music. Buying a karaoke machine for your family can be a good investment.

Home karaoke machines are great for families who like to do things together. They can sing from a selection of songs and spend hours taking turns doing so. It is a fun way to spend a rainy afternoon together or they can be a great source of entertainment for slumber parties. Many home machines can be directly connected to a television so the lyrics are clearly visible to everyone taking part in the karaoke fun. Pros: Fairly inexpensive, lightweight, multiple song sources. Cons: Small displays, low sound volume, limited memory.

Guitar Amps

Versatility is important to guitar players of all stripes, and without a doubt, it is the defining characteristic of the Lead Guitar Series G120 from Acoustic. Capable of going from a sparkling, ultra-clean tone to a high-gain metal crunch and anywhere in-between, the G120 offers a broad range of sounds to work with. The DSP effects section offers a useful selection including a range of reverbs, delays, choruses and a phaser. If you are playing includes a lot of genre-hopping, the G120 will be right there with you.

Equipped with twin 12-inch speakers and packing 120 watts of power, this amp delivers convincing volumes that will readily fill the room. At just 42 lb., this combo is a lot easier on your back than similarly configured tube amps. And, of course, its solid state design means that you can count on years of faithful service without any real maintenance, (apart from a little dusting now and then). For practice at home, the G120 features an auxiliary input and headphone out. That means you can plug your audio player into the amp and jam out to prerecorded tracks without waking up the neighbors.

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