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    stradivarius violin
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    would very much like to learn violin
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    • #3
      A good tenor sax. Again.



      And a bassoon.



      Again.
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      • #4
        Plink Floyd, tried sax for a short while, got a feeling I was gonna get duck lips if I continue further
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        • #5
          No, bassoon does that. The double reed embrasure is life changing.
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          • #6
            All synth modules in the world!



            Apart from that... perhaps some Getzen or Schilke Trumpet.

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            • #7
              cliques

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              • #8
                have put it aside for awhile...I got this about a year ago...there is a steep learning curve getting use to bowing and intonation when fingering notes.



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                Dresden Stradivarius Style Violin Circa 1900<br />
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                • #9
                  mnewb1, could you tell me more about it ?



                  what size is it? how much do you have to spend on the instrument (including bows , etc.. etc...) ?
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                  • #10
                    Mandolin, and then experiment with sound shaping it. I also dig fretless e.bass. I never figured out why more bass players never exploited them. Pastorius and Palladino made a believer out of me.

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                    • #11
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                      • #12






                        Quote Originally Posted by Mooginator
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                        I also dig fretless e.bass. I never figured out why more bass players never exploited them.




                        A lot of fretless players didn't do all the slipping and sliding so few listeners knew:



                        Bill Wyman with the Stones (he played fretless on almost all of the studio recordings from day one but never live)

                        Rick Danko with the Band

                        Jack Bruce (post-Cream when he ditched the Gibson bass, he mainly played fretless)

                        Boz Burrell with Bad Company



                        Intonation is more predictable with frets and there is a sharper attack on fretted notes.



                        I suppose the big reason is that Jaco spawned so many clones it turned people off.
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                        • #13
                          A tenor sax, a soprano sax, a baritone sax, and a wind controller.



                          When I was in high school, they got me a Selmer of Paris Mark VI soprano to play. No ****************. Nobody had any clue what it was worth, it was found in a basement of another school 60 miles away. I miss that thing.



                          I also miss Kenny G, but my aim is improving.
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                          • #14
                            I just need time to play all the instruments I got
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                              Quote Originally Posted by wesg
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                              When I was in high school, they got me a Selmer of Paris Mark VI soprano to play. No ****************. Nobody had any clue what it was worth, it was found in a basement of another school 60 miles away. I miss that thing.




                              HEY!! That was my sax! I forgot it there when I was fifteen. Give it Back!



                              BTW, your kids go to Storrington PS? My wife teaches there.
                              Hi Mom!

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