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What all musical instruments can you play?

Sadly I can't really play anything. I was learning to play an instrument in my school times but sadly had to stop because of academic pressures.
Elfstress · 36-40, F
i can play the guitar :)
Nayla · 51-55, F
It’s never too late to start!

My 18 year old son just bought himself a ukelele and he’s learning from YouTube videos. I have played piano for 47 years. I also play flute and clarinet. My daughter plays flute, piano, clarinet, violin, guitar, and bass guitar. My youngest son is a drummer.
xuxuguinhu9 · 31-35, T
[@506684,DawsonsGrove] why are you talking about your children. are you one of those parents that leans on their children for everything?
Maruti800isthebest · 18-21, M
[@1204467,xuxuguinhu9] Hey. I have noticed that you are very rude with everyone here. Whats your problem?
Dolimyte · 36-40, M
I learned the recorder in grade three, and the trombone in high school. I'm sure I'd fail hard if I tried to play either now. I've always wanted to learn the saw and the theremin.
Dolimyte · 36-40, M
[@1192954,MsAlaineEYes] I want to learn throat singing too!
[@1999,Dolimyte] I first learned about it.....on Big Bang Theory; actually; the Theremin also. What an educational sitcom!!!
Dolimyte · 36-40, M
[@1192954,MsAlaineEYes] indeed. Some of the things Sheldon said really stuck in my head, even if he was being obnoxious while saying it, or maybe because of it.🤔
I pick at the piano, kalimba, bongos and the djembe.

I can play the celtic harp (a little, many say I "play well" but I know better; I'm still beginning to learn), tambourine, claves, shakers, etc. My instrument is my voice. I sing.

I LOVE the cello and flute but I sing with my instrument and neither, especially the flute, lends itself to my voice.
MarineBob · 56-60, M
Im very good at turning on the stereo
[@2021,MarineBob] 😂
caesar7 · 56-60, M
Drums and some bass
uncalled4 · 51-55, M
[@2096,caesar7] Cool! I recently played along with all of Marillion's "Misplaced Childhood" to stay in shape for upcoming gigs.
caesar7 · 56-60, M
[@329500,uncalled4] Love that album and played along with it. I am a big fan and idolize Bill Bruford. So if you master him, you can play anything proggy..lol
caesar7 · 56-60, M
Speaking about another matter.....Ian Mosley is great! Saw them In Toronto a few years ago. Hogarth is a great show man ....but still he is not Fish
uncalled4 · 51-55, M
Drums, primarily. I've had to max out my limited backing vocals over the past few years, and when I write songs, it's usually on piano or guitar. I can fool people into thinking I'm good. BTW the drummer for the Black Crowes didn't pick up the sticks until he was 21....and he did just fine for himself.
uncalled4 · 51-55, M
[@2096,caesar7] Well...to an extent. But that's like saying that all you need to do on guitar is learn the basics and barre chords. You'll do ok, but you won't have much of a vocabulary.
caesar7 · 56-60, M
[@329500,uncalled4] I realize that you can progress from there but it's a good start.
uncalled4 · 51-55, M
[@2096,caesar7] Agreed. Lots of people who are great at other instruments started on drums, from Steve Perry to Eddie Van Halen. I think it's because that drums affords one a basic rhythmic sense along with 4-way coordination. For me, it's 5-way when I have to sing and play!
Stereoguy · 56-60, M
I play the guitar and bass guitar.
This is Annie the Spoon Lady; she lives in Ashville, NC. This is one of my favorite songs of her's. Ever want to play the spoons?????

[youtube=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_nLmM9kcBKs]
[@1192954,MsAlaineEYes] I've watched this video many times.. its rocking
[@1199560,Jdanielb] right? I've seen her interviewed. Want to see her LIVE and will someday soon I hope before we move out of the area. It's a few hours drive from us.
I can jam on the guitar.. wanna see? I'll upload a YouTube video if ya like..
KiwiBird · 31-35, F
The Linoleum
xuxuguinhu9 · 31-35, T
im tonedeaf

 
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