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    Icon - Hmm i think a bass clef is a brilliant idea (not being biased or anything!) the treble clef is soo cliche
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    Erm... bass for about 6 years, guitar for 4.... I think lol :rolleyes:
    oooh and yes definately a bass clef, its way sexier than treble!
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    I wish I'd started playing earlier, I only really got into music when I was 13, and I'm at grade 6 level at flute now...if only I'd started at say 10, like a lot of people did. My parents arent at all musical and never really encouraged it in me. *sighs*
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    i know how u fee. My parents have never encouraged me at all - might be why im so indecisive Ive taken up music now and love it. Remember i started at 14 though so ur doign well nonetheless
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    As long as you've got a passion for music then there's nothing stopping you.
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    ill drink to that!
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    so moving on... icon Or just the stave, or a sharp/natural sign ? iI dunno.

    Or a pack of guitar strings?!? hows about that?
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    A pack of guitar strings? So, like violin strings? That's quite a good idea.

    But I think the treble clef, sharp or natural sign might make the society's purpose and existence more clear.
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    treble is cliched. Id go bass cleff cause people know is (esp if on a stave) Perhaps put a key signature on there?!?

    well ill leave it to the societies ideas.

    Suggest icon ideas here, then ill ask you all to PM me your vote.
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    I play the piano and the highland bagpipes. No pics, sorry.
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    that a join request?
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    ICON ICON ICON! Lols.

    OK, well, guess I'm cliched 'coz I love the treble But yeah, the general consensus seems to be bass and I'm cool with that, I ain't fussy! I remember desperately learning the bass clef the night before my Year 7 Music summer exam, I didn't even know there was a bass clef till I was 11 or 12!
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    I'm too junior to be a member.
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    lols rasta. Ill get suggestions then leave it to a vote. If everyone pms me their vote - ONCE IVE STARTED THE VOTE - then we can do it by popular vote
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    Hey can i join? I love singing, i dont know what id do if i lost my voice, it means that much to me. And i also play the piano and a bit of electric guitar (self taught). When i go uni next year ie Sep 06, im going to take (if i can afford) opera lessons cause they cost like 50+ pounds per half an hour which is a tad bit much!!
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    If we are allowed to use them, you could just search for musical symbols on google. Here are some that I found:
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    Oooo!! I like them both!!

    But aren't we going with the bass clef, as the treble clef was too cliche?
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    Where did the third one come from?!

    EDIT - I like that one too! Lol

    .... I'm so undecisive...
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    icon : nice ideas there....id put them into the election...

    Any more for any more?
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    (Original post by x-Jo-x)
    But aren't we going with the bass clef, as the treble clef was too cliche?
    I know but I couldn't find a bass clef .
 
 
 

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