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The Instrumant Players' Clubhouse

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  1. russianboy New Member

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    The Instrument Players' Clubhouse

    This clubhouse is for anyone that plays, owns, or wishes to play an instrument of any sort.

    You can show us pictures of your instrument, ask questions, upload tabs/music, or whatever!

    To join: Just tell me the name of the instrument(s) you play and you will be in the club!

    Software music creation is also allowed (e.g. making music from loops and whatnot).

    Discussion of bands and gigs is encouraged as well!




    Current Members:
    russianboy-El. Guitar, Violin
    GJSNeptune-Ac. Guitar, percussion, piano
    erocker-El. Bass, El. Guitar, Ac. Guitar
    bigboy86-El. Bass El. Guitar
    surfsk8snow.jah-Cello
    Solaris17-Violin
    mikek75-Ac. Guitar
    spectre440-Harmonica, El. Bass
    DaMulta-Chorus
    Sasqui-El. Guitar, Ac. Guitar
    zekrahminator-Viola, Guitar
    Polaris573-Alto Sax
    Azn Tr14dZ-DJ system
    gamer210-Clarinet, El. Guitar
    Nemesis881-El. Guitar
    Ehstii-El. Guitar, Bass, Percusssion, Recording studio
    demonbrawn-Ac. Guitar, El. Bass, Percussion
    NewbieBuilder-Baritone Sax
    KennyT772- El. Bass
    bigboi86-El. Guitar
    bassmasta-Tuba, Piano, El. Bass
    AsphyxiA-Cla. Guitar, El. Guitar
    Jonnycat-Ac. Guitar, El. Guitar, Vocals.
    farlex85-Keyboard
    AphexDreamer-Viola
    ShadowFold-Vocals
     
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    GJSNeptune New Member

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    Acoustic guitar (Yamaha CPX8 A/E Compass Series), percussion, piano.
     
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    DaMulta My stars went supernova

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    I play the Violin and a '03 Fender Squier Stratocaster, and I would not trade that thing for a Les Paul Deluxe.

    I use a Fender Frontman 15. I do not like it, I aim for a Marshall half-stack as my amp somewhere in the future.

    I can barley play the piano, as I am self taught.

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    erocker Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Bass: G&L L-1000
    Guitar (acoustic) Martin D6
    Guitar (electric) Original Gibson SG
    Ampeg SVT bass head, 4 10" cabinet
    Peavy custom 115 guitar amp
    I play every instrument I can get my hands on!
     
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    WarEagleAU Bird of Prey

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    Im jealous, all I did was play drums way back in the day :(
     
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    My custom painted fender jazz bass. Been playing for a little over a year, and getting quite good.

    EDIT: Nice strat, I like those too.
     
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    Me too, and on guitar.
     
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    The Cello - for 11 years... doesn't mean I'm good though haha.
    And I screw around on the piano, took lessons for about 6 mo
     
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    i used to play a bit of bass, though i don't any more... which is sort of a shame, since i'd love to get back into it...

    i do, however, still play the harmonica. (mainly blues)
    own several hohner's, chromatic and diatonic ones.
    although my favorite is my first one, which is a 10-hole chromatic one, C scale.
     
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    Solaris17 Creator Solaris Utility DVD

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    im a violinist 6 years now good stuff and i love it to death

    i dont understand why we didnt add damulta i mean it may be sarcastic but he could have been in chorus
     

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    Last week I bought myself a Yamaha F310 acoustic guitar. I haven't owned a guitar for about 12 years, and I'm well surprised I can remember seven chords, LOL. I'm crap at the moment but its beginning to sound better now my fingertips are starting to toughen up. Anyone got any tips for speeding up the process?
     
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    Electric bass?
     
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    yeah.
     
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    2005 US Fender Strat HSS (I'm in love)
    2000 Fender "Gibson SG" Squire
    1980 "Crestliner" acoustic, LOL

    BOSS ME-50 Pedal

    Mesa Boogie Studio DC-2 (warm and fuzzy)

    Last but not least... a mediocre talent, LOL
     
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    I play the viola....and I screw around with the (electric) guitar.
     
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    Play more, press harder. :D
     
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    Fair play, I asked for that, LOL! Its only been a week but its definitely getting easier...
     
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    Doe, a deer, a hornless deer...

    Ray, the guy that pumps my gas...

    Me and him got in a fight

    Far is where i kicked his ass....

    and so on. I was forced to take piano from 85-91 does that count? Too many freaking clubs 'round here :p
     
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    idk, this is for people who enjoy playing instruments, do you?
     
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    Alto Sax :cool:

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    Scratching on Turntables (NuMark)
     
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    I'll put that in as DJ ok?
     
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    I have a question.

    I bought my Strat from ebay, there was little the guy said about it, only that he had to sell it.

    It has humbucking positions, does the Affinity series come w/ humbucking positions?

    Also, it is a Squier, an Affinity one for that matter, but it just sounds too good, its clear, bright, twangy, versatile, and a killer ear-bleedin' lead, basically everything a Fender guitar is known for, and not only that, it is like a rock, in terms of quality, it is a 4 year old guitar, and it has sustained so many drops and such, and the only thing I had to repair was the jack and jack plate becoming loose, but for a guitar that age thats normal and expected.

    I payed $175 for this guitar, do you think the guy could have modded it and sold it because he desperately needed money or whatever?

    Not that I really care, but it just seems too good to be true.
     
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    What's it matter? You love it. Leave it be (and god-damnet, protect it).
     

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