What instrument do you play?

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What instrument do you play?

  1. Guitar/Bass Guitar

    196 vote(s)
  2. Band Drums

    27 vote(s)
  3. Stringed (violin, viola, chello, bass, ect...)

    21 vote(s)
  4. Piano

    42 vote(s)
  5. Woodwind

    34 vote(s)
  6. Brass

    22 vote(s)
  7. Handhelled (harmonica, okerina (sp?), ect...)

    6 vote(s)
  8. Other (please specify)

    38 vote(s)
  1. Edwyn Lilac

    Edwyn Lilac New Member

    Alto Sax.
  2. Su lin

    Su lin Gone away

    Viola. When I get my A string fixed! And can bear the noise again :p
  3. Tommy-2guns...

    Tommy-2guns... southpaw glassjaw

    bass guitar in my band, acoustic on my own, also penny whistle because its oh so manly
  4. Gajah Silat

    Gajah Silat Ayo berantam!

    Guitar, bass, mandolin, mandola, bazouki, Saz (an Arabic spoon shaped thing with 16 notes per octave!) & other things too.

    Born to a family of folk musicians and political activists. :rolleyes:
  5. KaratekaAndy

    KaratekaAndy Male (95% of the time)

    Does air guitar count?
  6. Lily

    Lily Valued Member

    Su Lin - I used to play the Viola as well. Isn't it beautiful?

    I played the drums and was in a percussion band in my heyday as a rebellious teenager. Piano for about 14 years.
  7. drcdeath

    drcdeath Valued Member

    I play Guitar. Electric and Acoustic. Have for about 6 years now.
  8. Su lin

    Su lin Gone away

    Cool, yes ,it's a really lovely instrument. It annoyed me when I gave it up due to an awful A Level music teacher! Originally wanted to take it up professionally, but had to play 2nd instrument so chose the clarinet, but it was awful , I just kept sounding like I was slaughtering a swan!
    I used to play the steel drums too, they were ace!
  9. Skrom

    Skrom Banned Banned

    i love steel drums.
  10. kenpfrenger

    kenpfrenger sportin' a Broughton

    Bass, Pennywhitsle, guitar, keyboards, vocals...mostly bass though since I was 13...am now an old guy:)

    I just set up a myspace music account for some of my non-band musical ramblings:
  11. *Claire*

    *Claire* Valued Member

    So many different things i play the piano i have done for about 5 years on and off i also play the drums when i get the chance n tried guitar but that didnt go down too well ut my piano is ace :D
  12. Hapuka

    Hapuka Te Aho

    I play the drumies, Been doing since I was three so thats about 13 years now.
  13. Play guitar (acoustic) and banjo.
  14. Patrick_baji

    Patrick_baji Valued Member

    guitar/bass guitar and a bit of vocals
  15. ShadowHunter

    ShadowHunter Living the Dream

    I play drums in a band and marching band and bagpipes on the side as well as in a pipe band.
  16. Alienfish360

    Alienfish360 Valued Member

    Guitar and Piano :)
  17. Langenschwert

    Langenschwert Molon Labe

    Hmmm, I thought I had responded to this thread. :eek:


    I play 6-string bass guitar, and fretless bass guitar. It was my profession for a number of years. I have a degree in Jazz Performance, so in answer to the OP, I can read music quite well. Mini CV follows: I've played in clubs, on the road (from the Yukon to New Mexico), on cruise ships, TV, major festivals, and a fair amount of studio work, including one full-length CD, and a third of another, give or take. I also play a bit of flute (that's what I started on), and I used to dabble in classical guitar and string bass. Man, I gotta start gigging again. :)

    Best regards,

  18. Anth

    Anth Daft. Supporter

    I recently started learning to play the acoustic guitar and got myself a Falcon FG100 (or whatever it is) with it being pretty cheap. Planning on getting a Squier Affinity Strat sometime soon.

    Its just a general studenty thing to do! You get out of home and away from people who say "you're not learning to play that in my house!" so a guitar is bought at Uni :D
  19. Absolutely!
  20. Reakt

    Reakt Valued Member

    I've been playing Guitar and Bass for many, many years.

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