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Old 02-11-2014, 01:42 PM
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Musicians?

Anybody else play an instrument! I play 12 string, a little banjo, and drums. In fact I'm looking for a set of drums right now.......
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Played piano from age 5 till about 6th grade, flute from 3rd grade to junior year of HS, singing/voice lessons from 5th grade till after graduating HS.

Haven't played flute in at least 10 years. Haven't played piano in about the same amount of time, but I can still read music and plunk it out pretty well. I still sing leading the music in church every Sunday.

I even taught piano and flute during HS and a while after. Low hours and good pay, plus got to teach kids! Great experience for me being self employed at such a young age.

Oh, and I'm 28 years old now, just for reference.
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I get pretty musical after I eat pork and beans.
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I get pretty musical after I eat pork and beans.


Reminder: NO pork and beans at GTG's..........................
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20 plus years electric guitar.
Love heavy metal because it taught me how to play. Appreciate and play all types of music.
Have lots of gear but it's primarily a hobby.
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I was actually considering a degree in vocal performance or choir directing during high school, but decided it wasn't the type of career I wanted. It's a hobby for me now.

It's a good thing I decided not to go that route, because if it weren't for joining the Marine Corps I wouldn't have met my wife. Everything happens for a reason!
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I play guitar, but really love playing saxophone, I still play and get to play a couple gigs a year with my old highschool band teacher. It is alot of fun playing these old jazz bars with one of my old teachers. I play a couple times a week but now more hobby than anything else
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