3 strings on the Merlin to 56 on the Bandura..One of these days I will get to the point where I'm confident in the sound I can create on the different stringed instruments. Until then, well....the journey is a lot of fun. Hopefully the process can help preserve and exercise some grey matter.I'm having enough trouble switching between a D7000 and a Z6. Imagine switching between six strings and nearly sixty strings!o
Thanks.s Louis..once you get to appreciate the different sounds, there is no confusion.I'm with Mike, I'd be totally confused, but good for you.
Thanks Terri. I forgot to include the accordion - that I picked up this year after not playing for 35 years. And of course there are Number 1 son's collections of electric guitarWhat beautiful instruments!
Glad that you are inspired. Music stimulates the endorphins.Lovely array of interesting instruments. You've inspired me to try the same.
Couldn't agree with you more..keep banging on those pans...good for rhythm development.Nice shot and instruments! Playing music has a similar effect on your brain as meditating and is just as positive. Quality of play doesn't matter, more important to get the delight toddlers get from a floor full of pan covers.