Piano - I'm done with it. I can play almost ANYTHING. It's the only one I took lessons for. I still have a cheap keyboard to use. Barely, though.
Bass guitar - My favourite instrument. I play bass for my band. I like the sound. I've been playing since I was ten, and own a firebird-looking bass. I bought it after I saw SOAD's bassist Shavo with one in Chop Suey.
Electric geetar - I just picked this up two years ago so I could play different stuff (SOAD bass lines are a bit flat). I have a Squier Strat, and plan to buy an SG or some kinda V-guitar.
Drums - I'm not the best, but switch places with our drummer every now and then so we can learn both instruments.
I currently only play the guitar. I have been playing for almost two years now and am self-taught. I originally only wanted to be a shredder and tried to learn Paul Gilbert licks and lines from metal songs. Lately I've been studying music theory a lot though, and I've been listening to some classical music in addition to my metal diet. Right now I'm trying to find a good guitar arrangement for Lacrimosa. It seems that starting out my guitar playing with hours of practicing complicated solos makes learning the music theory seem pretty simple. I know I did it ass backwards, but it worked pretty well.
I am interested in leaning to play any other instrument I can get my hands on. Right now that's just the harmonica, bass guitar, and keyboard. I'm trying to work those out right now.
I also am in the school choir and consider myself to be an okay singer. I had originally joined as a joke with a friend so we'd have a class together, but I have come to find the class is actually fun, and it's exposed me to a lot of beautiful works of music (along with the theory).
Edit: Lacrimosa: Found an arrangement for the piano part. For the vocal parts I looked up the actual sheet music and transcribed it to guitar. This is the very first time I've ever done this, so I'm naturally pretty satisfied with myself.
I've been playing guitar for approximately two years now, and in my former years I played the flute, much to my best buds' amusement.
In my former life, I was a concert pianist and played the didgeridoo as a side hobby.
did you know what women aren't supposed to play the didgeridoo cuz it will supposedly make them infertile? well that's the Aboriginal belief andyway...
Nicole Kidman recently played a didgeridoo forthat movie "Australia" she was just in... Which is funny cuz her and Keith Urban tried forawhile to have the kid they have now!
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I play the guitar. A couple years ago for Christmas my dad surprised me with a nice black Les Paul (Epiphone) and a really nice amp. It's a really great guitar and it sounds really nice. after sort of getting bored with what I new I stopped playing for a year and then my sisters boyfriend started teashing me how to do some cool riffs and scales. :3 So I started playing again. I also wanted to grow up and get into a band, possibly doing vocals or guitar.
i play lots of instruments but the ones i play the best are the piano and the guitar. (both electric and acoustic). The piano ive been playing for almost 11 years now and the guitar about 2 but i can play along with the songs i like. With piano I can actually listen to a song and then play it by ear. (tough some are harder than others)
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