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Old 06-29-2009, 07:13 AM
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Default How many "multi-instumentalists" here?

Hey Crew,

Just wondering- I play drums, harmonica, (for leads only- no background stuff) and am taking up "pocket sax" which seems pretty easy to play, along with doing (mostly backup) and some lead vocals on 5-8 songs for both my Rock bands.

Are drums your only instrument or talent, and if not, what else do you dabble in/ are good at?

Just curious.

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Old 06-29-2009, 08:15 AM
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Default Re: How many "multi-instumentalists" here?

Drums, guitar, bass, vocals, keyboard, marimba/vibes/xylo/glock, timpani, clarinet, djembe, congas, bongos, doumbek, cajon, steel pans....

(an hour later)

...triangle, vibraslap, flexitone, finger cymbals, temple blocks, rainstick, guiro, tambourine, kalimba, dun dun, cabasa, bell tree...

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I do the guitar the bass and the drums. I was thinking of taking up the recorder the other day but then i realised it's an utterly sh*te instrument so i decided not to.
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Old 06-29-2009, 11:57 AM
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Guitar, Bass, Drums... surprisingly also a Classical Singer (yeah, I'm serious), occasional keyboards (done badly) and according to my brother, the 'loudest note ever played on his French Horn' - although I can't play it.
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Default Re: How many "multi-instumentalists" here?

Drums, guitar (electric and acoustic), and I occasionally mess about with my brothers keyboard. I can't sing a note to save my life though!
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I do the guitar the bass and the drums. I was thinking of taking up the recorder the other day but then i realised it's an utterly sh*te instrument so i decided not to.
Good decision.

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I play pretty much anything percussion...the list would take way too long.

I love xylos tho.
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