Colored eye contacts

Posted On Jun 17 2017 by

Gas permeable lenses – also called GP or RGP lenses – are rigid contact lenses that look and feel like PMMA lenses (see below) but are porous and allow oxygen to pass through them. Because they are permeable to oxygen, GP lenses can be fit closer to the eye than PMMA lenses, making them more comfortable than conventional hard lenses. Since their introduction in 1978, gas permeable contact lenses have essentially replaced nonporous PMMA contact lenses. GP contacts often provide sharper vision than soft and silicone hydrogel contacts – especially if you have astigmatism. It usually takes some time for …


Violin Online Shopping Vietnam – tips to buy a violin

Posted On Jun 12 2017 by

The type and quality of the wood used to build a violin is the most important factor in the instrument’s particular sound. While most violins use the same types of tonewood-spruce tops, and maple necks, backs and sides-the quality of the wood varies, which is reflected in the price differences between instruments. The top of the violin body is its soundboard-the wood that amplifies the sound produced by the resonating strings. Spruce has been a favorite tonewood for violin soundboards for centuries because it is naturally both stiff and dense. It’s strength means it can be delicately carved but still …


MP3 to chord

Posted On Jun 1 2017 by

Avoid The Left-Hand Death Grip: When you first start playing, straight away youll discover that pressing the strings against the fret is hard work, hurts your fingers and makes your wrist ache. The natural way to combat this is by hooking your thumb over the top of the fret board to get leverage, which inadvertently causes you to press the strings more with the flat pad of your finger (where your fingerprint is) rather than the actual fingertip. This is sometimes called the death grip, because you do end up with a fairly fierce grip on your neck and it …