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post #11 of 36 (permalink) Old 10-19-2008, 09:55 PM
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Drumming for like 3 years. Been lazy lately though. Not losing interest, just need someone to jam with. I like playing classic rock. Some influences of mine are Keith Moon, John Bonham, and of course The Animal haha.
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drums for 9 years used to be in a local punk band now in a speed metal band. learning bass
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I used to play the piano when I was little.
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Cowbell.


(but srsly, guitar and trying my hand at piano, I'd rather be on a mixer doing sound though.)
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I've played drums for about 8 years, saxophone for 9, and mandolin for 1. I'm getting ready to learn how to play Steel guitar too.
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Geetar, 30 years of noodling...yikes ... should be better , blues, dead, young...mainly noodling with cds and radio in the basement 1-2 hours a day. Youtube has been the greatest invention now get to see how they really do it.
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Piano and guitar when I was a kid...been a long time now, and I wish I had continued learning how to play guitar.
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Although its technically not an instrument i do alot of scratching on my turntables. Picked up the decks about a year ago and have been jamming to whatever beats i could get my hands on ever since.
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been playing guitar for about 4 years.. im on the church worship team

AV57RI stratocaster

looking towards a gibby dove ele/acoustic

played piano for 5 years then quit lessons when i was like 14

played trombone and tuba in the bad from 5th till 7th grade and quit due to football.
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I WISH I had learned to play something when I was younger, but never did. Finally though, about 2 years ago I decided to try the violin. I took a handful of lessons to learn to at least hold the thing and get noise out of it. But lessons quickly proved to be too burdensome around work and family. So, I've been hopelessly trying to teach myself to play in my not-so-copious amounts of free time. I've pretty much given up on trying to read music and mostly try to play DMB stuff. (Boyd Tinsley I sure ain't!) Oh well, I have fun with it anyway, even if I do drive my kids and the dog nuts... Here's a clip for comic relief.

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