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#2110087 - 06/29/13 06:09 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 08:23 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 - 08/27/13 11:10 PM 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 10:38 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 08:50 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 03:39 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 - 04/15/14 11:13 PM 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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#2476686 - 11/02/15 06:57 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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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.

#2479503 - 11/11/15 03:53 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Cello, flute, guitar, piano, clarinet, recorder, pan flute, drums, and a little bit of organ. ;)


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#2497138 - 01/04/16 07:20 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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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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#2505100 - 01/28/16 10:32 PM Re: Do you play more than one instrument? [Re: Piano Online Tutor]  
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Professional Singer as well as Electric Bass Guitar, Acoustic & Electric Guitars, V-Drums, Harmonica.


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