Showing posts with label Piano. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Piano. Show all posts

Monday, October 2, 2017

Create Your Own Piano Bench

Create Your Own Piano Bench

Not all people like to play the piano alone. Some people prefer to do a duet, and for this you need a duet piano bench, which are usually a bit longer than normal benches. By performing a duet, you can hit more notes and it can sound a lot better. By making your own artist piano bench you can customize it and make it the way you want it. You can sand it and paint it or even build it. It can be a nice little craft and if you really enjoy making crafts or building or painting things, it can be very fun.


It is nice to have a hobby with someone else and be able to practice with other people. Musicians play in bands for a reason, because the more instruments, notes, and sounds, the better. It is the same way with piano duets. You can practice with them, get constructive feedback, and even write music together. When and if someone messes up, it is a lot easier to cover up because they can play over you and you will not be the only one up on stage and completely embarrassed. Piano teachers may even duet with their students to make them more comfortable with playing at their first recital.


If you are an artist, you probably like to have things more funky than the average, more conservative person. Instead of having a lot of brand new furniture that all matches, you may have some antique pieces, some new pieces and some self made pieces. Making furniture can be a fun project especially if you know how to use tools. Some people do not have the kind of time for this, but an artsy person will most likely spend most of their time doing things like this and will find time for it.


If you are artsy, you might like to play piano. You may own a piano that you painted yourself and now want to make or fix a bench to go along with it. It does not take much to fix something up. All it takes is a little bit of time, space, and money and you can transform almost anything old. You can sand, paint, reupholster, or anything else that will make it look brand new. You do not even have to make it look funky, but you do not have to spend a ton of money on something to make it look nice, you just have to put a little bit of effort into it.


Playing instruments with more than one other person can be a lot more fun than playing alone. Some may prefer to play alone and that is fine too but just as people like playing sports on a team, it is sometimes more enjoyable to have that sort of interaction and support from other people. It would be nice to get feedback from the other members of the group and spend some time practicing and writing some new music with them.



Stewart Wrighter recently purchased a duet piano bench for his piano. His sister loved the artist piano bench she ordered online.