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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Guro, Jun 3, 2012.
ahahha, i just agree with what you are saying. I am a musical nerd.
I know you are.
Hey GoodleShoes, I was thinking of taking up the banjo and was wondering, what kind of banjo are you getting? Ive been looking at either the Deering Goodtime or a Helix banjo.
The Helix banjo sounds like a type of skateboard.
Now that you mention it, it kinda does
Told you. Or an air balloon...
Well, I ended up getting a Fender Rustler for around 300 and it plays great. It's openback because I plan to play a lot of clawhammer stuff but I've heard a lot of good things about goodtime that's the brand I was originally going to buy but they didn't have any at the place I was shopping and this one was so nice for the price.
Thanks for the reply GoodleShoes. I was going for open back as well and that fender looks pretty nice. Thanks for the tips. Happy Holidays!
i play acoustic guitar, and starting to think in learn eletric piano
Electric Piano? Is there even such a thing?
I believe lomichelotti is referring to what is sometimes called the 'keyboard', which is electric.
Oh. That means alot to me.
You know, like Keyboard Cat's keyboard Here's a picture of one:
I hope this helps:)
.... Is the same thing than keyboard thats needs to be plugged....
Can we please forget about "Electric Pianos"
I actually have an electric piano. I got one of these babies.
Thats awesome! I'm not a dedicated piano player (I play more guitar) so I just have a dinky little Casio LK-45:D
I play the drums, piano, guitar. I really want to learn the violin but don't have time or resources. I practice a Weinstein Curvex Acousticon and play in jam with others whenever I'm on guitar or drums.
On an unrelated note, *snickers... get it? ... nevermind ..*
Guro, what do you use to synthesize your music?
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