Personalizing Your Instrument

Music is a very huge part of life, in the sense that you can literally find it EVERYWHERE. From television shows, movies, sporting events, grocery stores, elevators, even when you are on the telephone on hold!  You can choose to listen to music when you are working out, having a bad day, stuck in traffic, there is literally a song for every type of mood you may be in.  Music in a sense conforms to what each individual needs or is feeling.  The same can be said for artists and their instruments. How so?  Every artist/musician out there is different.  They have a different reason why they love music, different talents when it comes to the music they play and the instruments they play them on.  In fact, a musicians instrument is made as  much of their own as is the music that they choose to play.  When on stage smashing a drum set, a drummer may want to personalize his style and instrument to be remembered by the crowd that he is performing in front of.  How to do that without ruining the instrument itself or permanently altering it from its original state?  Enter in the new form of personalizing your instrument, vinyl wrapping!  Most people associate vinyl wrapping with vehicles or commercial fleets but the word on the music scene is it is the new thing for musical instruments!  Most commonly vinyl wrapped instruments have been guitars and drum sets but whos to say that is where it has to stop?  In fact you can wrap your laptop (hello DJ’s), cell phones, etc.  The great thing about this technique is it will NOT damage your instrument as well as, you are able to restore it to its original form should you tire of the vinyl wrap you have had done.  

To make it even better and more appealing you can either choose from a custom skin that has already been pre-designed, or if you choose a vinyl wrap company such as #201 Wraps you can have custom art artwork and graphics printed on your vinyl wrap making your instrument completely unique and individual.  

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