Discussion in 'Archive: Census and Games' started by TheBoogieMan, Nov 28, 2006.
piano. i can also play a few chords on the guitar, but I woldn't call that playing.
Keep practicing bud.
I know how to play the saxophone and bass clarinet.
Yes, I can play piano and guitar, and a bit flute.
I've been playing guitar for the last 18 years or so. Technically, I can play more than one. I can play bass, but I'm not a bass player, and really only play it when it's necessary, and I learned the piano and played it for about 2-3 years but I haven't played it in almost 10 years now so I don't count that one either.
Only the violin. I used to play the Clarinet as well, but that was back in 5th grade. I am sure I forgot most of it by now.
I play the Saxophone!
Nope, I'd really like to learn to play piano though.
I clap My hands alot, does that count/
Oboe and clarinet. Also done a little sax in my time, but was never that good and would be horribly out of practice now. Always wanted to learn something brass, and once did a little beginning trumpet, but I definitely don't know how to play it. Wish I'd put in some more time in middle/high school. Now, without the benefit of school horns and band directors, it would be way too expensive to pick it up for kicks. Not to mention a serious lack of time.
If I were going to learn anything, though, I'd be torn between piano and fiddle. Probably fall on the side of fiddle.
Guitar, but I'm not very good, and sometimes I'll play drums but I'm even worse at that.
I am currently learning how to play the sitar.
I play drums (mastered every system of a down song. I'm learning guitar in the summer hopefully and I know a little on piano and flute (but that was years ago but I'd OK if i played them again)
Flute, piccolo, E flat Alto Saxophone and a bit of piano. My favorites are the flute and Saxophone. I heart woodwind instruments! Cymbals I can do easily, but I'm not sure if you wanna count those, so...
Nope. I was forced to when I was little, but that was only for a year and I haven't picked anything up in years.