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If you were forced this very second to stop playing the instrument you play now and play a new one, what instrument would it be, and what would the first riff/song that you learn be?


I would play bass, and learn the intro to Dead Heart In A Dead World by Nevermore
ONE BADASS SIGNATURE
#8
drums- mota by the offspring
Gear
Jackson Dinky (Yeah)
Crate Flexwave 120 Head (Yeah)
Randall RX412 (Yeah)
#10
bass - the real me - who
kazoo - crosstown traffic - hendrix
harmonica - the river - thunder road - springsteen


My mind is going. I can feel it.
#11
Violin - Paganini's 5th Caprice

Bassoon - Flight of the Bumblebee

Irish flute - transposed version of Serrana
Last edited by Quintessence153 at Mar 3, 2007,
#13
Violin and I would learn the intro to entombment of a machine by job for a cowboy XD
Rig:
Schecter Hellraiser FR
Peavey 6505 Head
Vader 4x12
BBE 482

DOD EQ
Boss NS-2
#14
Piano - Where'er You Walk by Handel.
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i dunno about the rest
#17
I'll pick either the harmonica or a Sax 'cause they're just too cool.
Harmonica: The Hurricane
Sax: Take 5 - Dave Brubeck band (The guitar part on a Sax, that would be sweet!)

..Or just MOney by Pink Floyd
For long you live and high you fly
But only if you ride the tide
And balanced on the biggest wave
You race toward an early grave.


Ben Hamelech
#20
Jump - Van Halen

Keyboards, naturally.
I'm going to create the procrastination club, just later...
#21
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Jump - Van Halen

Keyboards, naturally.

+1 cool points to you,
And if i played bass
Crazy Train - Black sabbath (when they had ozzy)
#22
Cello and play one by metallica, but oh wait I can do that already.Also violin and I'll play caprice no. 5 by Paganini .
Gear
Gibson SG Standard with Emg Pick-ups
Marshall MG50DFX
Digitech Death Metal

I am the Eggman
#23
drums - in bloom - nirvana or in the air tonight - phil collins
piano - boston -augustana
My Rig:

Schecter C-1+
Washburn X12QVS
Ibanez RG7321
Ovation Celebrity Acoustic-Electric
Mesa/Boogie F-50 Combo
Crate Practice Amp
Marshall G80CDR
Maxon OD808
#24
Quote by BassistGal
Sax: Take 5 - Dave Brubeck band (The guitar part on a Sax, that would be sweet!)

Uh...That was a sax. Paul Desmond, who wrote the song, was the saxophone player for the Dave Brubeck Quartet. I don't think they ever had a guitarist with them, now that I think about it.
#25
Clarinet- I`d write my own, due to my ignorance of clarinet music
Double Bass- Mr. Krinkle by Primus, or write my own.
#26
Lets not let this thread die yet....


I would also learn:

Violin - Cowboys From Hell intro (it can be done, I saw someone do it on the Pantera home video)
Drums - The fill in "Ruin" by Lamb Of God
ONE BADASS SIGNATURE
#27
Bass or Drums, Tool- Reflection
Drop another coin in the slot, and I will tell you more...
#29
bass

get up and jump - chili peppers
higher ground - chili peppers

chili peppers....
I'll believe in anything and you'll believe in anything.
last.fm
#31
by the way...

Quote by Dudewithanaxe
Cello and play one by metallica, but oh wait I can do that already



good thing your not braggin eh?
I'll believe in anything and you'll believe in anything.
last.fm
#36
Violin, elnor's magic valley - rhapsody
also when they play on the beach in queen of the damned movie

Last edited by Bloodycrass at Aug 15, 2007,
#37
Twinkle Twinkle Little Star on any instrument

Srsly.

A lot of you are just crazy expecting you can play anything beyond those basic tunes on your first times.
#38
Piano - Moonlight sonata
Violin - Canon in D major

edit: that's what I would want to play, it would probably be some children's song like the above poster said

2nd edit:
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