Photo Gallery 014: A Third-Party Music Instrument Assessment Platform Established By A Rock Musician
摘要： The music instrument assessment market isn’t a large one, but should be guided by professional musicians.
[Our aim is to record individuals and entrepreneurs in the Internet industry through TMTpost’s new column Photo Gallery: whether young ambitious entrepreneurs who have just found their place in the world of business, star investors who walk through different venues, programmers who spend hours of time writing codes in front of the computer screen, or Internet operators, geeks, even delivery guys…It is their collective efforts and devotion that constitute the Internet world we live in right now, so their moments are worth recording, and remembering. Photos don’t lie, but they don’ tell the whole truth; photos are free, but they are also full of traps. Therefore, only we present the images we see, and you are free to have your own understanding of these individuals.]
“The sales of music instruments through proper channels in China surpassed 150 million every year, while few people know exactly which instrument they should buy,” said Chen Lei. As a 15-year professional musician, Mr. Chen was often asked for help to choose the better one out of two guitars. Yet, he always finds it hard to give a direct answer, because there is no such thing as a good or a bad guitar, but only an appropriate or an inappropriate one.
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Translated by Levin Feng (Senior Translator at PAGE TO PAGE), working for TMTpost.