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You have that right. Have to scare the new ones a bit.
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It will keep them on their toes..
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You would hope so.

So I'm trying to teach myself to play the guitar.
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How is that going?
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I can play a one string song now. Working on two strings. I took lessons when I was probably 9 or 10 and just love the sound of an acoustic guitar.
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I like the sound of one as well. also like the sound of a harmonica.
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Played with one of them at times but it was only playing, also enjoy some piano and sax.
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I always wanted to play the sax. Thought about it when I joined the school band. But I thought it was too much money for my parents to spend. So I settled for a snare drum.
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Both my daughters played sax in school. That's as far as it went though.
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My brother wanted to play the trombone. That lasted about 2 months and that was not cheap. He was good at starting stuff and never finishing it.
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Sounds like me. I played trumpet for a couple years in high school. It was just a rental though.
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I stuck with my drums for 6 years..
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That's pretty good. I bought myself another guitar yesterday. Mainly because my old one couldn't be fixed very well.
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What was wrong with your old guitar??
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The neck was kind of bowed. They tried to turn the truss rod to help straighten it out. It helped a bit but not enough. The strings are too far away from the frets more or less.
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