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#1649606 - 03/28/11 03:07 PM Do you play more than one instrument?  
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Apart of the piano, do you play other instruments?

#1649776 - 03/28/11 07:06 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Guitar, Bass, Drums, a little Keyboard, and now piano. The keyboard was in a pro band were I played Guitar and keys as a side line.

My inspiration is Ken Hensley from Uriah Heep back in the 70's. He was an excellent guitarist as well as accomplished pianist and keyboard player. I have always really respected people that play more than one instrument well!


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#1650399 - 03/29/11 04:45 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Hey HwyStar,

A Blackmore fan? (I've been squinting at your avatar...)

#1650859 - 03/30/11 09:04 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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You got it EJR! The guy totally rocked and still does for being in his sixties! That is the picture of him from the inside of Made In Japan. My favorite live recording of all time. But I am biased since I still play the CD and play along with it whenever I can!

You know your players Man!


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#1651507 - 03/31/11 08:28 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Hi HwyStar,

I agree about Made in Japan! I have the CD, but prefer the original vinyl that I bought when it first came out!

"The guy totally rocked and still does for being in his sixties!"

Too right!

#1675382 - 05/11/11 12:30 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Yes! Flute and soprano voice and like to play penny whistle, fife, and cane flute. Does directing a choir count? smile


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#1740165 - 08/25/11 02:18 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Classical guitar, viola,


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#1745656 - 09/03/11 01:51 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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I'm a Mezzo Soprano, with piano as my second instrument ^_^

#1746691 - 09/05/11 06:24 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Guitar and the bass use basically the same technique doesn't it? laugh

So I can play the piano, guitar and bass. I've dropped the strings tho~


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#1755526 - 09/19/11 05:58 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: SamOnThePiano]  
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Piano and clarinet. And a bit of guitar smile


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#1762906 - 10/01/11 02:21 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Oriol Barcelona]  
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Also play clarinet, have started violin lessons, and sing alto in the church choir.

#1763160 - 10/02/11 01:27 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Chromatic harmonica (one with the "button."), guitar, banjo, piano.

How well do I play these instruments? As well as I can.

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#1763647 - 10/02/11 11:04 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Cello and alto sax here.

#1765085 - 10/05/11 10:12 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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oh man, ummm, with out having to name them all I'll just say all brass. I'm sure there are a few brass instruments I haven't messed with but seriously once you have mastered the main ones the others shouldn't be much different.

I have played a few different woodwinds, Flute, Clarinet, and Sax. Never touched a double reed instrument.

I have a Fender Electric and was getting somewhat descent then my step brother hooked his bass up to my amp and blew it up. I haven't bought a new one yet, (its been 2 years) I am sure I am not as good anymore.

I played percussion with my local symphonic group. Nothing demanding like snare. Marimba type of things.


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#1774501 - 10/21/11 05:12 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Originally Posted by Piano Online Tutor
Apart of the piano, do you play other instruments?


Apart from Piano, I am perfect in brass, drum and flute. I like to play flute in loneliness.

#1786177 - 11/10/11 01:49 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Originally Posted by Piano Online Tutor
Apart of the piano, do you play other instruments?

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hello,
Yes with Piano. I can play drum, Guitar, Flute and some keyboards.

#1797428 - 11/28/11 08:32 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: brownsmith]  
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Yes - see signature for details....

oh and I've been known to bang on the drums occassionally in a recording studio have grappled with playing various sampled noises using a standard QWERTY computer keyboard on stage whilst doing keyboard work, have sung on rare occassions and have even performed on stage playing the Kazoo!

If you bang it, hit it, stroke it, pluck it or blow it - I've probably had a go at some point! (I'll admit my harp playing wasnt up to much in the 20 minutes I had a go!)


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#1797531 - 11/28/11 11:15 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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I've recently stated learning violin. It's great learning more than one instrument. You get to look forward to lessons more than once a week. smile

#1809794 - 12/21/11 05:30 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: raptor]  
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Yes - violin - both acoustic and electric

Bongo Drums


Love my piano - love me!!! - I'm not a person without my piano...orrrr.... You never know what you can do till you have a go...
#1813600 - 12/28/11 07:33 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Originally Posted by Piano Online Tutor
Apart of the piano, do you play other instruments?


I play guitar (electric and acoustic), a bit of drums and I sing in both my bands

#1832269 - 01/26/12 12:55 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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yes i play piano and Fluit both

#1849475 - 02/22/12 06:55 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: HwyStar]  
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Wow, that's like playing almost every instrument. For me besides the guitar, it is just a little bit of keyboards...to use my controller.

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#1850670 - 02/24/12 12:16 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Clawhammer Banjo, Old Time Fiddle, Classical Guitar, Folk/Blues Guitar, Mandolin, Ukulele, Soprano Recorder, Keyboard. Also I just ordered a Sitar and I'm looking for a cheap Hurdy Gurdy...

#1914497 - 06/16/12 12:11 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Violin: acoustic and electric, piano, brazilian instruments: surdo and caixa..would love to know how to sing jazz..

#1916789 - 06/21/12 02:34 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Guitar and Keyboard. However I haven't been focusing much on guitar as I myself isn't that proficient in Piano which is my main instrument... ._.

I'm inspired by Allman Brothers' keyboardist and I like blues. However I yet able to play anything like that. Not even a normal accompaniment. frown


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#1921699 - 07/02/12 08:56 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Vibraphone. My father bought me a set when I was 15, to play along with him on Piano and Organ (b3 in the living room.) I guess it was suppose to be a father/son bonding thing and keep me away from drugs. We worked out some pretty nice stuff at the time.

Dad is deceased now for many years, so vibes are now a nice looking piece of furniture (mostly) in my condo.

Now that I am playing/practicing more, I would be very interested to hook up with someone else that is also interested in both (piano and vibes) and work out some arrangements.

Vibes are a beautiful instrument (in my opinion) but do really need accompaniment.


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#1945783 - 08/19/12 08:57 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Started out on trumpet in school, then moved on to guitar. I can play acoustic and electric guitars, bass guitar, mandolin, trumpet, and now I'm re-teaching myself piano. I also have a mandocello on order that's being built for me, but it's the same discipline as mandolin.

#1981163 - 10/31/12 10:56 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Originally Posted by Piano Online Tutor
Apart of the piano, do you play other instruments?

My main inst. is Jazz/Blues violin/fiddle. Mandolin, acoustic and electric guitars, and five string banjo. I've played bass and other strings but not fluently.


Rhythm & Chords, it's what I do.
#1986729 - 11/14/12 07:13 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Instruments I do other than my piano are the Ukulele, Electric Violin, 12 string guitar, classical guitar, electric and accoustic guitars, Didgeridoo, and the Organ.

Violin and Organ were my first instruments to learn.

#2102392 - 06/14/13 10:01 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Hi there,

Just joined Piano world. smile

I can play every member of the Clarinet family, Bassoon (although I wish I could deny this), valve trombone (sadly, they do make these), Tuba (all time favorite), Trumpet, a little guitar, piano and drums.

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#2110087 - 06/29/13 07:09 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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I play upright bass and electric bassguitar. Why is it that every pianoplayer I played with (in my bluesband) always copy my basslines with their left hand? wink

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#2132186 - 08/13/13 09:23 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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I play the French Horn and the Trumpet (as well as the piano).

Although saying I play is a bit of a fib since I haven't really played any of them properly for a couple of years, looking to get back into music a little which is why I'm here laugh


Trying to get back into playing by learning some Chopin!
#2139936 - 08/28/13 12:10 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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No, I don't play another instrument, and I've never wanted to. Why not get better at the piano, instead of trying to learn six other instruments to a rudimentary level at the same time.


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#2144341 - 09/04/13 11:38 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Hi there!

My main instrument is guitar, both classical and electric, and I am currently working on my piano skills, which I'm trying to get up to a decent level as quickly as possible (I know, I know, it takes time and patience). I would very much like to learn to play trumpet and oboe.

Cheers!

#2244660 - 03/11/14 09:50 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Yes, I also play guitar (30+ years). My next instruments will be Sax and Cello. =)


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#2249259 - 03/20/14 04:39 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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yes I do, more than one, piano and....

oh well I agree

#2262420 - 04/16/14 12:13 AM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Guitar,violin,harmonica, used to play drums in my younger days also...and of course now,piano


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I play the violin for 5 years already, and now the piano. I think learning both at the same time helps with the other instrument. I practice one instrument, but at the same time, in some way I am also practicing the other instrument.

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Cello, flute, guitar, piano, clarinet, recorder, pan flute, drums, and a little bit of organ. ;)


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Piano accordion (120 bass), fiddle/violin, cello, guitar, mandolin, ukulele, and I'm a tenor/alto range when singing with the local chorale group.


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