#4
woah, never heard of those. kinda like bagpipes except more metallic sounding.
#7
why thank you for that useless post, that was informative beyond belief and i am a better person for it.
#8
inb4 StewieGay

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#10
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kinda like bagpipes


Maybe that's because they are bagpipes.

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why thank you for that useless post, that was informative beyond belief and i am a better person for it.
Answered me just to get the bump.

Love it.
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#12
Step back bro, ur gettin on my turf.


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chinese flute. if i'm right, its a transverse flute, like the dizi



1. It's called a Xiao.
2. It is the only chinese flute that is NOT transverse.


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#13

...modes and scales are still useless.


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#15
Since every instrument can be considered part of a culture.. Y no guitar?

This is honestly one of my favorite pieces. Fernando Sor's fifth study for the classical guitar in B minor.
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Since every instrument can be considered part of a culture.. Y no guitar?

This is honestly one of my favorite pieces. Fernando Sor's fifth study for the classical guitar in B minor.


It says in the OP that TS wants things that everyone isn't used too or whatever.

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