Let me tell you if you are trying to find the very best jazz musician, the only way you could do that is through comparison. This should not be a surprise. After all, the whole concept of “the best” is comparative in nature. Otherwise, people would say to your face, “Compared to what?” and you will continue to run into that problem unless and until you define “the best” in comparative terms.

Always remember that because, let’s face it, all of us ultimately and essentially and intrinsically are the best. Why? There’s nobody else like us. For all practical purposes, when you die, the world dies with you because nobody’s going to be looking at the world from your eyes. How come? You’re dead. That’s what makes you the best at least as far as you are concerned.

However, in terms of everybody else, I’m talking about practicality here, the best has to be defined in comparative terms. People will always ask, “Compared to what?” Always remember this. Lose sight of this and you should not be surprised if you get lousy results.

So, with that said, comparisons, especially in jazz, have to involve different artists. The same applies to sewing machine comparisons. If you have taken up sewing machines as a hobby or as a livelihood, you have to always line up many different models. Sure, they may be produced by the same brand, but you have to look at more than one model; otherwise, you will not be able to find the best.

In fact, you may not even be able to make a decision because most people in their right minds will not just look at one product and make a decision on that product without checking what else is out there. That’s not how you pick a girlfriend. That’s not you pick a husband. That’s not how you pick anything.

So, do yourself a big favor and look for the right comparisons instead of looking for “the best” in isolation. What I mean by this is that when somebody says to you, “Well, this brand is the best. Just pick any of their models, and you’re good to go.” That is sure way to disappointment. Seriously. That’s a one-way ticket to being let down, and the worst part is you did it to yourself.

You have to line up many different models and compare based on the same features. This is how you can be sure that you’re comparing apples to apples instead of apples to oranges.

Once you do that, you can cross-reference with your own particular needs, and you will be able to pick the right sewing machine or sewing equipment. That’s how high-quality sewing machine comparisons work. They give you the features so you can do your homework.

Low-quality comparisons or reviews simply just try to trick you or even bully you into picking one and only one product. Sure, it may make the website a lot of money, but it’s definitely going to leave you high and dry.

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