INSTRUMENTS IN MY HOUSE AND THE NUMBER OF FAMILY MEMBERS THAT CAN PLAY THEM
A whole family of musicians.
- •This guitarNumber of family members: zero Origin Story: I made my mom buy it for me when I was 12 because I was going to become a musical genius. It did not happen.
- •This guitarNumber of family members: still zero Origin Story: It was my dad's when he was a teenager. We got it when my grandpa died and we cleaned out his house. As far as I know my dad didn't know how to play it.
- •This ukuleleNumber of family members: strangely enough, still zero. Origin Story: my older sister bought it off amazon randomly one day. I think there was an intention to learn to play but it was never acted on.
- •This keyboardNumber of family members: kind of one, my sister could play a bit if she really tried. Origin Story: no idea, it's just always been there. I did used to try and play Naked Brothers Band songs on it when I was kid.
- •This pianoNumber of family members: still just my sister if she really wanted to. Origin Story: my mom got it for us years ago. Once a very old man came to our house to tune it, that was like four years ago. Our TV is on top of it now.
- •This kazooNumber of family members: arguably all of us (4), realistically just me. Origin Story: my sister and I each got one for free at a toy store on national toy day. I can play a lot of classic theme tunes on it.
- •This violinNumber of family members: 15 years ago, one. Modern day, zero. Origin Story: my sister bought it because she was going to learn to play again. She never did. It's a very cheap violin but it has a very nice case.
- •This beat makerNumber of family members: in a way all of us, in reality none of us. Origin Story: one of us bought it off ThinkGeek to make some sick beats. I forgot we had it until I found it today while I was looking for something in the basement.