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    Musical Instruments in Klamath Falls

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    Business Listing   Blasius J E String Repair - Klamath Falls, OR - Phone: (541) 884-3766

    Business Listing   Denham Music - Klamath Falls, OR - Phone: (541) 884-1223

    Business Listing   Sister Ray's Music - Klamath Falls, OR - Phone: (541) 884-3071

    Business Listing   TNT Custom Guitars - Klamath Falls, OR - Phone: (541) 273-1521

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    Helpful Definition for: Musical Instruments

    Musical instruments are the means of creating melodious musical sounds. There are various categories of musical instruments, namely, stringed instruments, woodwind instruments, percussion instruments, brass instruments, piano or the keyboard and vocal instruments. There are numerous shops in Klamath Falls which sell many types of musical instruments.

    These instruments are used in musical shows and programs that are held in Klamath Falls. Musical instruments also find their use in recording studios in Klamath Falls where songs are recorded. Drums, guitars, keyboards are an inevitable part of today’s music culture.

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