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Fulfil your lifelong music dream

If you’re over 50, it’s time to enjoy life and do the things you’ve always wanted to do.

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All Organs

Key Points

  • Research tells us there are tremendous benefits to learning music and especially a keyboard instrument.
  • Many older adults who’ve played the e-organ routinely for 30 minutes daily for years have told the All Organs team that learning to play new songs has really helped them with their attention and memory.
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If you are ready to fulfil your dream of learning and making music, consider the Ringway e-organ. 

This one-stop music shop can create all the bands you can think of, from big band to rock band, jazz band, strings, or full orchestra. 

There’s no better time than now to fulfill your musical dream. 

Think of the things that are more settled or established – including the children, who are now more able to look after themselves – and don’t put it off any longer. It’s time to live. 

Jim at All Organs has spent 40 years helping people of all ages achieve their musical dreams. Give him a call on 0412 758 651 to find out more.

If you don't use it, you'll lose it

Over the past decades, better health guidelines and medical advances have helped us live healthier lives, which means we are still in our prime in our 50s, 60s, 70s and beyond. 

Human life expectancy has almost doubled in less than 200 years, and we are remaining active well into our senior years. 

And while we’re in our prime, the Ringway e-organ is a great place to keep our minds active. 

In fact, the Making Music website lists 21 benefits of learning to play an instrument, including improvements in problem-solving, coordination, and memory skills, through to increased confidence and creative thinking abilities.

Psychologists agree that music enhances memory, noting how seniors can remember the words to their favourite songs.

In one study, researchers found that music was more effective than verbal-evoked memory cues in helping patients with brain injuries retrieve forgotten details. 

Playing the organ has helped All Organs customers organise and plan their day and, for those who speak more than one language, improve their language skills. 

They are excited that they can still learn and achieve new things. 

With the e-organ, you don’t need to play scales, do boring exercises, or practice for long stretches. Learning new songs is fun. 

Unlike the weighted keys on a piano, the keys on an organ are very easy to play. And combining your keyboard skills with operating the pedals is good for your brain-hand/feet coordination.

Feel good and live well

Playing the Ringway e-organ is about fulfilling a lifelong dream, keeping our mind active and creative, feeling happy and proud of your achievements.  

You know these are the important ingredients in life to help you feel good and live well. 

Rather than you feeling bored and unfulfilled, playing the Ringway e-organ releases feel-good hormones, giving you meaning, purpose and the huge sense of, “Wow, I DID IT!” 

Don’t for a minute think you’re past it. In recent years, several 90-year-old customers have bought Ringway e-organs to replace instruments that are no longer repairable. They made the purchase because they felt lost without playing. 

It is so good to see them learn to use the Ringway e-organ with its easy, intuitive technology and incredible sound quality. 

So, why not you? Call Jim now on 0412 758 651 to find out more about the Ringway e-organ and how you can fulfil your lifelong musical dream.

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