Poll: Which instrument?
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View poll results: Which instrument?
Mandolin
16 35%
Ukulele
8 17%
other
22 48%
Voters: 46.
#1
Okay so I was thinking of picking up another instrument (obviously). Just as a side thing. Preferably a stringed instrument that is plucked. I was thinking either between a mandolin and ukulele. I don't listen to a lot of folk music. The only times I've really heard a mandolin being used was in some Led Zeppelin songs like Going to California. A poll will be up shortly.
#3
Violin.

That would be awesome tbf
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#5
Quote by saphrax
Why not learn something totally different, like the harmonica?


Harmonicas are cool but all brass and woodwind instruments hate me.
#6
trumpet.
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because there is also a gibson squire, and they don't want to get them confused
#7
Quote by the fendernator
Mandolins are fun but you need thin fingers. Piano's the easiest instrument to "pick up" after the guitar (other than a bass guitar/12 string etc).


I have thin fingers. And I would like to play an instrument that is plucked with a plectrum.
#8
ultimate-violin.com ?
ultimate-ukulele.com ?
ultimate-other.com ?

no siry bob.. I don't think so


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#9
Quote by Punks|Not|Dead
Violin.

That would be awesome tbf



I play violin, its A LOT harder to become decent at. Your pitch will be off for a long time before it sounds good, same with bowing.
#11
Quote by Punks|Not|Dead
Violin.

That would be awesome tbf


Yes, it would be awesome. After 8 years of learning.
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#14
Quote by Dabey
So, what kind of an instrument is this 'other'?


As in an instrument OTHER than those two listed above.
#15
Yeah okay so you could learn something something like ukulele or mandolin, or take up the craziest string instrument ever to grace the earth, the sitar.
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#17
learn bass, makes it easier to get gigs with bands, and helps with songwriting and developing good rhythm.
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#18
Mandolin would pretty sweet, if just for the Zeppelin songs you could play with it.
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#19
Cello. beautiful. you can play pizzicato (plucking) if you want, or maybe double bass. that's neat.
#21
Quote by Gord@k
The banjo is the way to go.


You can even tune it to GDAE and make it a Banjolin!
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