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I've yet to find a musical instrument that I'm happy with and want to take the time to master. In the past I've played:
  • Saxophone
  • Recorder
  • Flute
  • Violin
  • Piano
  • Drums
And right now I play acoustic and electric guitar (neither of which I'm any good at, because I'm rather petite and the guitars are a little too big and heavy for me to hold). I did want to learn bass guitar, but my father wouldn't let me have one because he doesn't like the sound of it and he wanted the guitar should I decide I didn't want to play it anymore.

I also sing, my voice having been likened to Brian Molko's from Placebo (I'm not sure who's complimented more by that, myself or him), and I used to be in a band called Spookie Vampyre.

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In reply to Re: I play the following instrument(s)... by rozallin
in thread I play the following instrument(s)... by vroom

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