In 2015, I bought a cheap garbage guitar from a local music stores clearance rack. It was terrible. I didn't realize it was so bad until I got it home, but that said it was $50 (Canadian... so like $10 in real money :) . I worked on that guitar for a week and brought it up to a playable and enjoyable standard that would make any beginner happy. So, I found someone in need and gave them the guitar. It made them so happy that it touch my heart. I decided I would do that same process again, then again, then again. Then I put out a call for used and broken instruments (mostly guitars) and I would volunteer my time repairing the instruments, changing the strings, cleaning them up then giving them away to people with disabilities or low income situations. I managed to distribute a lot of guitars and a few other instruments. This photo gallery contains the photos of a small portion of the recipients and donors that were gracious enough to be a part of my project. In 2018, I retired the official capacity of Music Is Love, but I still love bringing new life to old guitars and various musical things in my spare time.