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Most of them as I have both arms and hands... but I only play guitar, bass, some drums and some keyboards.

 

Looking at those guys that have only 1 hand and still play 2 or 3 instruments makes you think you have wasted lots of time.

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Guitar' date=' Banjo Uke, Piano, Cello, Trumpet, some drums. The only instrument I really keep up with is Guitar though. [/quote']

 

 

I know what your saying. I can play bass the best. I can play chords on the guitar( I write most of the bands songs on guitar) I can play drums at a itermediate level. And trombone is just easy.

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Guitar, Mandolin, Bass, Uke, and I can play about four songs on the Piano. I played trumpet for about a year in grade school so I may remember a few songs and scales. I want to try the violin within the next year or so.

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Hate to be an arrogant ****, but really everything. Give me 10 minutes and i will kick ur arse at it...

 

Damn, now im reading it, that was arrogant as hell...

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Drums (Orchestral, Highland, and kit), guitar, piano, jew's harp, harmonica, recorder, spoons, hambone (complete with eeefin'), wash-tub bass, bass guitar (learning)

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Play'em well? none. If any of my sh!tty skills count then:

 

Guitar

Bass

Harmonica (I am looking to buy a mic to play with amplification)

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1) Saxophone (tenor, alto, soprano and bari)

2) Wind synthesizer

3) Guitar

4) Flute

5) Bass

6) Keyboards

7) Drums

8) Vocals (does that count here?)

9) Computer (sequencer)

 

I don't have the stamina for drums anymore since I don't have a set, but I could get that back in a few weeks if needed. I've done all of the above professionally and still do most on stage.

 

Notes

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Guitar and cowbell

 

LMFAO!

 

I'll just stick with what I can play well (well at least decent enough to call myself that type of player). First, I'm a classically trained (turned jazz) pianist and second, I'm a guitarist (can't play jazz or classical at all on that but I do OK with the blues and rock I guess).

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I loved picking on a bowl-back mandolin when I was tiny - it was the perfect size for my hands.

 

After that (about 9 years-old) I played the clarinet and tenor sax a bit with varying degrees of success/failure.

 

After I discovered guitar I didn't look back much.

 

Oddly enough, I've just (2 weeks ago) brought the mandolin & stuff down to London - after the death of my father - and my daughter (4 1/2) is showing an interest in the mandolin so it may be a case of 'full circle'!

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I can play (or play *at*) most of the keyboard instruments--piano, organ, harpsichord--but my main instrument is the piano. I can strum enough on the guitar to use it to write on occasion. And I have an extremely basic ability on the violin.

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