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    Yeah, but cos I'm a musician myself. And I quite like people who can get passionate over something they're interested in (except soccer, which sends me to sleep), so if they're into music in a big way, that's cool.

    Any instrument...not fussy!
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    *reiterates*

    Brass players ladies, the way forward!!
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    My boyfriend's a brass player, that's how I met him, we played in the same band.
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    my boyf plays classical guitar. mmm so sexy! It always turns me on when he plays. in fact it was while he was playing the guitar for me that i first realised how much i liked him!
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    Yes, definitely. Not a guy who plays the guitar because he thinks it makes him look cool. It doesn't. But classical musicians.......now that's a turn on! Just think what brass players can do with their lips, and what pianists can do with their hands....mmmmm!

    Plus it shows they have an artistic, therefore probably also a sensitive side.
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    Spot on.

    Now imagine a (slightly too) confident violinist & pianist into one.

    Hands.

    Add to the mix a well-controlled PC muscle and multi-orgasmic becomes a two-way concept. :rolleyes:
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    I prefer them sweet and shy, and not too sure of themselves, actually.
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    Actually, I've always had a bit of a thing for female musicians or singers. I tend to like people who express themselves in interesting ways, and almost every female musician I know is a lovely person (sweeping generalisation, yes, but just something I've noticed). It intrigues me when a girl has a way of communicating that's slightly different, either in the way they speak/write or a musical or artistic talent. Seems to show some depth to their emotions

    Plus I used to date a saxophonist who could do things with her lips I could barely imagine. Double tonguing a sax (without annoying cuts) is not the easiest of things - very useful for jazz though...
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    (Original post by susiemakemeblue)
    Yes, definitely. Not a guy who plays the guitar because he thinks it makes him look cool. It doesn't. But classical musicians.......now that's a turn on! Just think what brass players can do with their lips, and what pianists can do with their hands....mmmmm!

    Plus it shows they have an artistic, therefore probably also a sensitive side.
    Oh yes...The artistic-ness of a pianist is so cool! The sensitivity thing is totally true! But then...I'm fond of the guitarists' overall appearance. :p:
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    (Original post by Sopheh)
    But honestly, if you look at all the great bands, the lead guitarist is generally the best looking guy in the band. Ie. Blink 182 - Tom Delonge, Greenday (Billie Armstrong), Coldplay (Chris Martin...don't ask,) Rolling Stones (Mick Jagger - my mother thinks,) and can't be bothered to think of any more examples but it's true of most bands.
    Do you mean lead singers? Blink 182 and Greenday are 3 piece american punk outfits so they don't have a 'lead' guitarist both guys you mentioned are their front men. Chris Martin and Mick Jagger are not the lead guitarist of their respective bands either.

    These ladies are the best:

    www.bonesapart.co.uk
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    (Original post by Drogue)
    Plus I used to date a saxophonist who could do things with her lips I could barely imagine. Double tonguing a sax (without annoying cuts) is not the easiest of things - very useful for jazz though...
    Wind players are better. Expecially if they are particularly good and can double tongue and circular breathe at the same time :eek:
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    Bah! Sax players are jsut big show-offs, and it's really easy to tell when the run out of ideas in improv - the fingers start waggling faster and faster.
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    nethin electric is sexy
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    ill ask again, How sexy is a banjo? i mena you dont see many people lusting after rednecks. Can a banjo be interesting...or just a joke?
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    I wouldn't say it is a turn on, no.
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    (Original post by susiemakemeblue)
    I prefer them sweet and shy, and not too sure of themselves, actually.
    I know you do, Susie.

    Pretty much all your resisitance to the ideas I've brought up have supported that. It's not a conflict, it's just preference. Variety's cool.
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    (Original post by ~*PinkTeaCozy*~)
    Oh yes...The artistic-ness of a pianist is so cool! The sensitivity thing is totally true! But then...I'm fond of the guitarists' overall appearance. :p:
    So a Jamie Cullum -groomed pianist type then.
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    (Original post by feelthesunshine)
    So a Jamie Cullum -groomed pianist type then.
    But Jamie Cullum looks like a troll
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    (Original post by jessicarabbit)
    But Jamie Cullum looks like a troll
    Some drunk guy at the place I used to work said I looked like Jamie Cullum.

    And I always thought I held more resemblence to the pixie/leprecaun family than the troll .
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    If you're one of many King's law students, then it's not instruments that turn you on about a person. It's salsa, baby
 
 
 
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