Friday, September 5, 2014

All About Cymbals

Cymbals are a percussion instrument consisting of thin, round plates of various alloys. Many cymbals are of indefinite pitch. They are used in a lot of ensembles from the orchestra, percussion ensembles, jazz bands, marching groups, and rock bands. Cymbals are very important to a drum kit.

 They are available in a greater variety of sizes and types than any other drum on your kit. Nowadays, there are various brands to choose from such as Stagg, Cannon Percussion, Hammerax, Istanbul Agop etc. The types of cymbals are Bell, China, Clash, Crash, Finger, Flat Ride, Hi-hat, Ride, Sizzle, Splash, Swish, and Taal or Manjira cymbals. For more information about cymbals click here.

Buying PA Speakers

Investing in new PA speakers is important. To achieve that consistent high quality live sound your choice of PA speakers should be well thought-off. The power amplifier and crossover are built into the same cabinet as the speakers. Powered speakers make your PA system simplier and setting up is easier and faster.

It is better to buy an all-in-one PA solution that gets together signal processing, active speakers, and effects into a simple design. In musician's friend, you will find different types of PA Speakers like personal PA systems, compact portable PA systems, 2-way powered speaker system and many others at great prices.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Preventing Bacteria at Home

My wife can be OC (obsessive compulsive) in terms of cleanliness at home. It can sometimes weird, that whenever she cleans she has Clorox all over the place and some Lysol. I cannot imagine how clean she wants it to be.

And that doesn’t stop there, on her purse she always has a hand spray, ready whenever she goes. I think I need to get her a custom hand sanitizer to make her feel I support her being OC and all but that would make her all the more hygienic to the highest level of the word. But who am I to complain when the house is spick and span all the time?! Me? Of course not!
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