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I'm thinking whenever this work period is over for me (Jesus one day it will be lol) I have this semi fantasy/plan of traveling just me, my el guitar and connect with local musicians as I go, play any small pub or bar or venue who will have me, playing covers and my originals, and just roam for a while like that around US and Europe. :)

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Beats, we need beats. I think the melodies and rhythms and lyrics will come. But the basic beat for the base, where to grow the daisy flowers, like or so

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Played drums since I can't remember, know violin, picked up piano half a year ago and starting to pick up guitar as well now. :D

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I play the lead guitar; my favourite! (always trying to play like Jonny:D) :jonny: , also can play drums, secretly I want to be a drummer!:)

Can also play a little bit piano , and bass (but thats not my thing actually)

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I own a guitar, a keyboard, a harmonica, and a tin whistle...and can play none. :D

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I own a guitar, a keyboard, a harmonica, and a tin whistle...and can play none. :D

 

Similar here...I own a keyboard, an acoustic guitar and an electric guitar and I only ever manage to play the most simple melodies (on keyboard, that is. With my guitars I just get sounds....LOL)

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I play guitar and piano. I started learning drums but quit since I couldn't focus on learning that as the same time as guitar. I've played piano since I was a child and started learning guitar about 3 years ago. I produce on computer software as well but don't know if that counts.

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I play piano and have been since first grade. Been stuck with unweighted keys this whole time though. :facepalm: We can't afford a better instrument. I am also currently learning guitar and love to sing! I do solos in my chorus sometimes.

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I play piano and have been since first grade. Been stuck with unweighted keys this whole time though. :facepalm: We can't afford a better instrument. I am also currently learning guitar and love to sing! I do solos in my chorus sometimes.

 

Ouch.

My first piano didn't even have touch sensitivity LOL!

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Not very good for pretty songs, huh?

 

Not at all.

 

Glad I got something better now. That one did have tons of options though. It was even a sampler. The one I have now has a few other settings but nowhere near that other one. I still have that one in case I want to do more than just piano and a few other options lol.

But then I see these really professional sounding pianos with tons of options just like me old one...

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Not at all.

 

Glad I got something better now. That one did have tons of options though. It was even a sampler. The one I have now has a few other settings but nowhere near that other one. I still have that one in case I want to do more than just piano and a few other options lol.

But then I see these really professional sounding pianos with tons of options just like me old one...

 

There's a few that I've had my eye on that are older models, but still much better. $3,000 or so bucks though. Considering that I'm in high school now, and am going into way more difficult songs, I do need weighted keys. Just wondering how many babysitting jobs I would need to pay off a piano. It's crazy how much these things cost.

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There's a few that I've had my eye on that are older models, but still much better. $3,000 or so bucks though. Considering that I'm in high school now, and am going into way more difficult songs, I do need weighted keys. Just wondering how many babysitting jobs I would need to pay off a piano. It's crazy how much these things cost.

 

Lol true

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There's a few that I've had my eye on that are older models, but still much better. $3,000 or so bucks though. Considering that I'm in high school now, and am going into way more difficult songs, I do need weighted keys. Just wondering how many babysitting jobs I would need to pay off a piano. It's crazy how much these things cost.

My neighbor is selling her piano for $400...I mean I doubt you live near me, but just thought I'd mention it

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My neighbor is selling her piano for $400...I mean I doubt you live near me, but just thought I'd mention it

 

What country/state do you live in?

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What country/state do you live in?

Colorado, USA....she already sold it though

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Colorado, USA....she already sold it though

 

Ahh man. That would have been cool. I doubt she would have wanted to ship a piano to Michigan though. :smug2:

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