I asked a recent question over whether one wanted to learn a music instrument or not.
(If you'd like, check it out here .)
Most people so far have either said they wanted to learn an instrument or they wanted to learn an additional one.
So I just wonder, if you are wanting to learn some music but haven't, what is stopping you?
If you have already learned an instrument but want to learn another, what is stopping you?
- Time. I find it an effort to do squeeze things in my busy schedule.Vote A
- Money. I find it an effort to buy musical shtuff.Vote B
- Laziness. I find it an effort to walk to the fridge.Vote C
- Time, money, AND laziness! I find it an effort to life.Vote D
- I already am happy with however many instruments I can play, and I don't want to learn anymore.Vote E
- Other / I don't feel I have enough talent / I'm focusing on an instrument nowVote F
- Unnecessary silly option / CAUSE WE ALL JUST WANNA BE BIG ROCKSTARS AND LIVE ON HILLTOP HOUSES DRIVING FIFTEEN CARSVote G
Most Helpful Girl
i took music lessons as a kid and into my early teens: i played violin and recorder, but wasn't particularly good at either.
my brother-in-law is an awesome guitarist and tried to teach me how to play bass when i was in my early 20s. i was okay at it, but my performances were nothing to write home about lol.
that said, i started singing in school choirs as i got older and, even now, i enjoy karaoke and carolling with my friend's church group (which is funny, since he's an anglican pastor and the whole congregation knows i'm agnostic). so one might say that my voice is my instrument. :)1
Most Helpful Guy
I tried to learn Bass Guitar
My teacher was probably the best damn blues bassist I've ever seen and if he'd had any other student he'd have taught the hell out of them.
Me, I just don't have a lick of talent or ability.