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    A master of every musical instruments
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    I would rather be a master of every musical instruments!!! :laugh:
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    :rofl: - + = :dance:
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    Interesting question :lol:

    I'll go with being fluent in all languages
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    Master of all instruments
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    Fluent in all languages.
    I'm not into music so being master of all musical instruments would be useless to me. It would be wasted on me.
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    Like every musical person I'd rather be a musical genius tbh lol

    I already am
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    Master of every musical instrument
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    I'm a musical person, but I don't think being a master of all instruments would benefit my life nearly as much as being fluent in all languages would.
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    Like every musical person I'd rather be a musical genius tbh lol

    I already am
    What do you play?
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    I'm a musical person, but I don't think being a master of all instruments would benefit my life nearly as much as being fluent in all languages would.
    So ?
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    Fluent in all languages would be much more fun and beneficial
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    (Original post by fardm76)
    What do you play?
    Guitar, ocarina, ukulele, drums, keyboard and I also sing and dabble in production but haven't played in ages tbh
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    Being able to flirt in every language, yes please.
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    (Original post by fardm76)
    So ?
    So I'd rather be fluent in all languages, obviously :toofunny: Tbh as well though I'm more digitally-gifted in music as opposed to actual instruments. I know the ins and outs of software, plugins, equalisers, imagers, dynamics compression and all that s*** but I don't know chords or any of that stuff that's required to play an instrument. I also rely on charts for keys when producing music :lol:
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    EVery language. Who tf cares if you can play a clarinet or xylophone when you can speak Russian and mandarin
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    Guitar, ocarina, ukulele, drums, keyboard and I also sing and dabble in production but haven't played in ages tbh
    I can only play Guitar !
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    (Original post by starfab)
    Fluent in all languages.
    I'm not into music so being master of all musical instruments would be useless to me. It would be wasted on me.
    100% agree
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    (Original post by fardm76)
    I can only play Guitar !
    You should learn the ukulele, such a fun instrument. And so jolly.
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    It's common to be good at Both I think..
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    Master in musical instruments
    I know how to play the guitar, trumpet, trombone and piano
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    I love music so
 
 
 
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