Do you play any instruments?

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I love music, and started playing different instruments early on. Nowadays, I mainly play the guitar, bass, lute, ukulele and mandolin. I'm also planning on getting either a harp or an accordeon. I'm not a very good singer, so I'm going to have to work on that :biggrin:

So, do you play any instruments? And if yes, which ones? It's always interesting to see which ones are more common than others!


Oh, and I'm sorry if there are similar threads to this one.
 

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I play both drums and guitar as well as a few other percussion instruments. I'm guessing that guitar will probably be the most common
 

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I play piano Euphonium Trombone Handbells and I sing, I am what some would consider a freak O.O
 

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I Can Play Air guitar And Air Drums...... Thats About it :p

I Seriously couldn't play an instrument if i tried :p

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LilLillyKitten

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Sure do... I play violin, bass guitar, some acoustic or electric guitar, and some piano.

I want to develope my skills more and take on even more instruments, actually.
 

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Classical guitar including some lute tunes, though I don't actually have a lute, plus a bit of piano.
 
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I play violin, and I've been playing for almost 3 years now (3 full school years, I started learning in orchestra, but am doing private lessons instead with my orchestra teacher). I own an acoustic violin, an electric violin, and an awesome amp for my electric. I prefer my electric over my acoustic, and I love playing violin.
 
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LilLillyKitten

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I like the woody sound of an acoustic violin, myself... I should break that thing out again.

*needs a new bow*
 

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Ah, a Violin goes very nicely with an acoustic guitar, don't you think? I listen a lot to Argentinian music, that combination shows up alot :)
 

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My main instrument is violin but I play trumpet and acoustic guitar as well.

For those who play violin (as it seems like there are a few here), what kind(s) do you have? My main acoustic is a scherl & roth but I also have two electric violins: Yamaha 5-String and Zeta 4-String Strados. Of the two, I prefer the Yamaha hands down.
 
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I play guitar and saxophone, and very basic piano. I'm planning on starting lessons again for either the guitar (now) or the piano (when I can afford a keyboard that doesn't suck).
 
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I play all percussion and LOVE it:) almost as much as i love diapers:) :)
 

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A couple of weeks ago I started learning how to play an electric guitar. I'm trying to teach myself, I've only learned a few songs on the first three strings but that's about it.
 

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There hasn't been one of these before? o_O

Okay. Let's get started.

Classically trained:

Percussion (Classical):
Snare
Bass
Rototoms
Tympani
Vibraphone
Xylophone
Marimba
Any number of auxiliary percussion pieces.
Percussion (Contemporary):
Quad toms,
Marching snare
Marching bass
Glockenspiel
Drumset
Percussion (World):
Djembe
Darbuka
Kendang
Doumbek
Congas (up to 5 at a time)
Bongos (only 2 :))
Talking Drum
Dundun
Agogo

Strings:
Bass (mini or standup. Fretless only)
Viola

Keys/hammers:
Piano
Harpsichord
Dulcimer
Pipe, Rotary, and Hammond Organs

Wind instruments (Not just woodwinds!):
Trombone
Trumpet
Tuba
Souzaphone
Fluba
Bugle
Clarinet
Flute
Piccolo
Soprano sax
Alto sax

Vocals (Trained classical and Jazz)

DJing. :)

And minored in Jazz/World music performance at university. Fun stuff. Pretty sure I'm forgetting some.
 

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There hasn't been one of these before? o_O

Okay. Let's get started.

Classically trained:

Percussion (Classical):
Snare
Bass
Rototoms
Tympani
Vibraphone
Xylophone
Marimba
Any number of auxiliary percussion pieces.
Percussion (Contemporary):
Quad toms,
Marching snare
Marching bass
Glockenspiel
Drumset
Percussion (World):
Djembe
Darbuka
Kendang
Doumbek
Congas (up to 5 at a time)
Bongos (only 2 :))
Talking Drum
Dundun
Agogo

Strings:
Bass (mini or standup. Fretless only)
Viola

Keys/hammers:
Piano
Harpsichord
Dulcimer
Pipe, Rotary, and Hammond Organs

Wind instruments (Not just woodwinds!):
Trombone
Trumpet
Tuba
Souzaphone
Fluba
Bugle
Clarinet
Flute
Piccolo
Soprano sax
Alto sax

Vocals (Trained classical and Jazz)

DJing. :)

And minored in Jazz/World music performance at university. Fun stuff. Pretty sure I'm forgetting some.

So you're like... 80 years old, right? o_O

I've done...
-Tiny bit of flute.
-A few weeks of guitar.
-Trumpet for a couple of years.
-French horn for a couple of years.
 
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LilLillyKitten

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You don't need 80 years to become classically trained with various instruments... I have 8 years of violin under my belt, though.
 

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I played the trumpet for a few years as well and then got an ukulele but it was pretty cheap and doesn't sound or play well so it's pretty much just collecting dust right now. I do have a didgeridoo that I play if you would consider than an instrument.
 

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I've played flute in elementary school, but now I just sing, if it is considered as an instrument.
 
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