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In my wanderings around the forum, I've found out by various means that there are quite a few musicians here.

Who knows? We might have the beginnings of an orchestra.

I'm excluding myself, since I was a drummer only for a little while as they say "in a galaxy far, far away".

Give it a try, it should be fun and informative.

Please list the instrument/s you play. The quiz just establishes where you'll sit.

:D :D :D :D :D :P :lol: :ph34r:

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The quiz just establishes where you'll sit.

I will be sitting in the folding lounge chair on the grass, drinking a Corona. B)

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Well, if I must play an instrument, I'll be in the brass section with my trumpet.... however, Gil, you left out my actual primary musical ability:

Doesn't the "band" need a "girl vocalist??" or maybe a vocal ensemble??

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Well, if I must play an instrument, I'll be in the brass section with my trumpet.... however, Gil, you left out my actual primary musical ability:

Doesn't the "band" need a "girl vocalist??" or maybe a vocal ensemble??

Well sure, Cheryl.

I'll let you organize the choir.

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Okay, gang... we've got one soprano here! Anyone care to harmonize? Don't be shy!

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I played the flute all through high school- you know, just a few years ago! :lol:

I think I would like to sit next to Dave06 :lol: :lol: :lol: And play my flute, of course.

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I play the washboard with the Riverbank Banjo Band which falls in the percussion catagory. I also can play some piano.

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I can carry a tune in a bucket - a BIG bucket. Does that count.

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I played the flute all through high school- you know, just a few years ago! :lol:

I think I would like to sit next to Dave06 :lol: :lol: :lol: And play my flute, of course.

Be sure to wear some flowers in your hair... B)

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I forgot -- I play the piano. I'm pretty rusty but who cares. Of course, I'll want to be near Dave & Cheri :P

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I can carry a tune in a bucket - a BIG bucket. Does that count.

A washtub Bass Bucket?

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I'm pretty rusty

*snigger snigger*

hehehehehe

Plenty of hot air here :rolleyes:

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I play piano, pipe organ and clarinet and I don't mind who I sit next to.

Sue

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Piano......... a long time ago......So, if you don't mind.... I'd just as soon sit next to Dave, Cheri, and Marcia, my life is busy enough as it is..... :rolleyes: Relaxation would be sssooooooooo nice.......

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I play piano, pipe organ and clarinet and I don't mind who I sit next to.

Sue

You should Sue........Marcia has continence issues when she laughs B)

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I can carry a tune in a bucket - a BIG bucket. Does that count.

A washtub Bass Bucket?

Very good JV. That, the hand saw and the scrub board. Real Class. Oh yes - the harmonica and the mouth harp.

I'm not kidding - but that was many, many years ago and I never was really that good. Except for the harmonica. I still enjoy it once and awhile.

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I can carry a tune in a bucket - a BIG bucket. Does that count.

A washtub Bass Bucket?

Very good JV. That, the hand saw and the scrub board. Real Class. Oh yes - the harmonica and the mouth harp.

I'm not kidding - but that was many, many years ago and I never was really that good. Except for the harmonica. I still enjoy it once and awhile.

Lets see where I fit in here hehehmy list is:Bass upright and gutbucket as well as electric bass

Guitar

fiddle

bit of banjo

mandeloin

I played professionel for over 20 years in bluegrass heheh and ole time music also new C&W stuff to. Boy this sounds like fun.

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I play piano, pipe organ and clarinet and I don't mind who I sit next to.

Sue

You should Sue........Marcia has continence issues when she laughs B)

You're never gonna let that go, are you... :(

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Good morning All,

well I been playing the 5string minnie dipper for 35 years, maybe more. I also enjoy playing the old hound dog guitar(dobro). I love bluegrass music. Jerry

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Ah Hah

Glad you could join us, Joe.

Next time we're both in Hawaii, I'll treat you to a Spam Platter at Burger King. :ph34r::ph34r:

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I play piano, pipe organ and clarinet and I don't mind who I sit next to.

Sue

You should Sue........Marcia has continence issues when she laughs B)

You're never gonna let that go, are you... :(

:lol: :lol:

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I am a drummer and use to make my living playing full time professionally. I now work for Drum Workshop (DW) as a sales rep/product specialist in the south east USA. I cover 9 states and travel a lot. The only other drummer I know that is a leg amputee is the drummer Billy Brimblecom in a small but upcomming rock band in the USA called Black Pool Lights. Billy is a left leg amputee and wear a C-leg. Rick Allen for Def Leppard lost his entire left arm in a car crash back in the mid 80's but he still plays the heck out of the drums for Def Leppard...a true inspiration.

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