How many times have you ever thought to yourself that it would be cool to learn "how to draw musical instruments, step by step?” In this section you will find so many different tutorials on all kinds of instruments from A-Z. Some of the more popular lessons show people what it's like to draw a guitar, or a bass guitar. One of the beautifulest sounding percussion objects is the piano. This wonderful furniture like sound machine is something that has been played since it's creation more then 500 years ago by great composers, and pianists like, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Wolfgang Mozart, and even Sergei Rachmaninoff. Sergei gained fame and popularity because he was the only pianist that was able to play fourteen notes at a time, just by using one hand. This was possible because he had the largest hands out of all other pianists of all time. Drawing a piano should be a walk in the park compared to playing fourteen notes with one hand, right? Then again women have special skills as well. Not only can women bear children, cook, clean, and win debates with their spouses, they also have dainty hands and fingers which enable them to be extraordinary Harp and violin players. Drawing a harp is an easy instrument to sketch because it is nothing more than a wooden structure, that houses a series of strings. It doesn't really matter what kind of music you like, or what kind of piece you want to play. In this section it's all about drawing. The choices are amazing, and if you are one of those Lars Ulrich fans, than maybe your looking for a lesson that can teach you how to draw drums. Of course Lars is a drummer for the band Metallica, and speaking of this band, all you Kirk Hammett fans can choose the tutorial on “Kirk Hammett's guitar". Have fun while you browse through this section of “how to draw musical instruments”.