The largest music store imaginable is actually in your home computer room

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Everyone wants to be a star - at least in their own living room. Whether you sing, play an instrument or like to spin vinyl, chance are you want access to high quality equipment at a low price. The Internet is a great place to shop for a new guitar, sheet music, music lyrics of your favorite songs or recording and DJ equipment. Rather than spending your time driving all over the city looking for variety and great deals, go online to locate hard to find brands and music specialty items.

Unless you're able to improvise, you'll probably need music books and sheet music. For those of you looking to be able sing songs at your next get together get the latest in music lyrics. Some websites offer extensive variety of sheet music from popular, gospel, show tunes, classical, holiday and out of print sheet music.

You can find instruments for someone just starting out or buy the guitar of your dreams. It's also a great resource for unique sizes and brands of guitar strings, slides and capos. Top quality recording equipment is now available for home studios - lots of options exist online.

If you're a musician from way back or are just starting out, don't over look the Internet as a resource for tracking down a new guitar or other musical instrument, locating hard to find sheet music, music lyrics or music books. The 'net offers exceptional variety all at competitive pricing.

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