Multi-Instrumentalists

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Why book Multi-Instrumentalists

Want someone to play the harp as your guests are arriving at the church, but would rather have the piano play as you walk down the aisle. Or perhaps you want a strolling violin at your dinner party's cocktail hour, but prefer a classical guitarist as your guests are enjoying their meal. Well one of these multi-instrumentalists are sure to meet your needs! These talented performers have mastered not only one instrument but also one or more other instruments making them a very versatile performer for your event. Book a multi-instrumentalist for all your event's musical needs.

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About Booking Multi-Instrumentalists

Hiring a multi-instrumentalist is a great way to put variety into your private party or corporate events. These multi-instrumentalists will wow your party guests with their multiple musical talents. Whether you want someone that can switch between keyboard and guitar, play harmonica wall strumming an acoustic guitar, or some other instrument combinations, you should find what you are looking for on Gig Salad.

There are a few things you should consider when hiring a multi-instrumentalist. First, of course you need to make sure they play the instruments you are interested in. You should also listen to audio and watch video samples. You want to be sure you are satisfied with the sound and look of the performer before you book him/her. Next, get references and read reviews. Talk to people in the area who have seen the performer and/or have booked them in the past. Feedback is the best way to ensure you are going to be satisfied with your choice. If you are looking for a multi-instrumentalist for your band, check to see if they can adapt to different kinds of music and if they play well with unfamiliar bands. Last, always get a contract. Read the contract carefully and work out any details in regards to deposit requirements, length of performance, scheduled breaks, attire, travel, and lodging. Watch for specifications made by the performer and be sure you can meet them.