The true value of a quality instrument

It’s been fifteen years since I starting working at Music World as an 18 year old sales assistant, in that time I have seen virtually every type/brand/ cost of instrument you can imagine. I now know more than ever that the quality…

Yamaha THR10 Review / By Nic Keeble

So it turns out Yamaha had the secret to the home amp all along. And now being a proud owner of what I consider the best value for money home-amp / interface on the market. I can…

Violin or Viola? By Abigail (Work Experience)

As a violinist I have had to face the humiliating  jokes made by fellow orchestra members the worst offenders being the brass. Jokes such as ‘ What’s the difference between a violin and a cello? – A violin burns…

Let’s Talk Flutes! By Katie (Work Experience)

The flute is a delicate, standard orchestral instrument.  It is in treble clef or ‘G’ clef (as it’s sometimes called) and has a range from a middle C onward. If you purchase the right attachment, you can also reach the B…

Fender Flea Signature Jazz Bass Review / By Nic Keeble

Flea’s Signature Jazz Bass arrived here at Music World Ipswich last week and I’ve been sitting, staring in absolute awe at this beautiful piece of craftsmanship, struggling to locate the words to give this instrument the…

Oh, How We Love A Gretsch! By Rob (Work Experience)

Founded by Friedrich Gretsch, the first model was crafted in 1883. The company began as a small shop located in New York. After passing away in 1895, the business was left to his son, Fred Gretsch. After creating a well known,…

New String wall has just been fitted!

Exciting news for Music World this week. We’ve teamed up with D’addario strings (who arguably make the best string in the world) They have fitted a new string display in our Ipswich store…

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