Any MUSICIANS here? (Page 3)
Metaphorguy: I play piano and electric guitar. Been looking to learn the flute or clarinet, but I haven't really mastered the guitar much.
struanrobertson02: Ahh, seeking to be a multi-instrumentalist?
That's what I'm doing as well!
I do Guitar, Percussion, Vocals and I'm also seeking to do Keyboard, Flute, Violin and maybe Harmonica and Bass as well.
I've improved tremendously at guitar in the past few weeks.
My advice for musicians:
Stay focused, make the music you want to make and do what you want to do.
If you want to be a certain level of good, work for it!
dumoh3893: i play guitar and someday get into a band,hopefully this year ill teach my friend guitar,my other friend will make that reggae drum and we can do random country reggae metal whatever we want lmao
Brandonicusasaurus: I've been playing drums (Progressive Death Metal mostly) for 30 years (well, not so much in the last 10). I've been trying to learn guitar for about 3 years, with very slow progress. Practicing chords was boring. So I decided to write songs, which made playing a lot more interesting, but I'm still far behind in a lot of the fundamentals of guitar playing.
CarlyM: The uke is easier for me to learn than the guitar. Uke only has 4 strings and that's all I can handle.
Metaphorguy: I saw Paul McCartney from the Beatles on Late Night last night. He was talking about how he became successful in music. I think he's a billionaire or really wealthy
PwrfulPaul3: I m a musician, writer, and DJ from Bay City Michigan. I have been into music for 30 years. My instruments are bass guitar, drums, keyboards, and acoustic guitar.
girlsgood: I am barely over 30, amusician with the symphony and teach college. I see you are my dad''s age
Devlin_616: A professional singer and who likes to hear something just ask and I post a song here so you can hear what music I make.
lindquist1940: all thru high school i played trumpet in the band, and wheni joined the army I auditioned for the 8th Division band and was accepted,they gave me an unfamiliar march and i sightread it perfectly!