Thursday, February 27, 2014

Guitars are beautiful instruments that create enjoyable sound, and they can be as basic or fancy as you desire. Whether you like strumming on a guitar just for the fun of it or play in an actual band, you most likely will want to have an instrument that will become your prized possession in sound quality and appearance.

The guitar can be traced back to more than 4000 years. Archaeologists have discovered the remains of such items as bowl harps, and it is evident that man has enjoyed music since very early times.

Today’s guitars are crafted of high-quality wood and can be custom-made to meet exacting specifications. You may choose your instrument from a wide range of guitars currently available, or you can have it crafted to fit whatever type of design and wood you might have in mind. You will have an instrument that will look as beautiful as it sounds.

To check out guitars in a variety of designs and materials, you might want to click here to get an idea of the types of guitars that are currently available through a reputable company. You may consider obtaining this instrument for yourself or giving it as a gift to a close friend or family member who enjoys playing music.


When a guitar is molded through fine craftsmanship, it is a pleasure to own and play. Guitars happen to be among the most popular instruments today, and they come in many types that include acoustic, electric, archtop, steel, twelve-string, bass, double-neck and resonator. Each version has its own unique look and quality of sound, making the guitar a very versatile instrument.

Owning a guitar can give you a feeling of pride and contentment. It is an instrument that can provide years of wonderful music that will bring pleasure to enthusiastic music lovers. You need to take care of your guitar in order to get as many years of enjoyment out of it as possible. You will want to store your guitar in a sturdy case when you are not using it, and it should be kept out of extreme temperature changes as well as changes in humidity. It will also be beneficial if you wipe down the body of your guitar with a soft cloth after every use.

Take care of your fine guitar and it will reward you with year after year of quality music.

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Monday, February 24, 2014

projek memikat suami
The tv and Astro is fully utilize when mommy dearest is in town… and you know what she actually got me hooked on this new Malay tv series called “Projek Memikat Suami”. Starring young and upcoming tv actor, Aiman Hakim Redza and actress. Emma Maembong, it is a nice change to see new talents gracing the tv screen and the chemistry between these two is great. I am totally in love with the storyline and even thinking of getting the novel which the series is based on.

Anyway, the show is now on Astro Ria every Mondays at 10pm.

Oh Aiman Hakin Redza is also a singer and he sang this super awesome theme song translated as “For You Love” for the show. Enjoy and Happy Music Monday all!

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Happy Music Monday all!.. and oh.. if you are participating.. why not visit other players ya and leave a comment .. in the spirit of Music Monday that is.. see ya at the blog hop!

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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Tax time is here once again. Here’s something to take note courtesy of

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