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Originally Posted by cooker View Post
You should have picked bass guitar. I'm sure it is every bit as demanding as every other instrument if you want to get really good at it, but I believe it is the quickest way to develop enough rudimentary skill to contribute to an amateurish band. Just need to find the the first and fifth notes of standard chords and pluck them in random sequences on the beat.
Haha, we have a bass guitar! I never got along with strings very well (I've tried guitar, bass, mandolin, violin).

The keyboard is fun and pretty portable, but my significant other's guitar project really just needs drums I'm finding that drumming is actually good cross training, in a weird way.
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