Uh, I play several instruments.
I also study music theory and physics...
Guitar/Mandolin/Accordion - Jazz/Folk/Gypsy
Violin/Anything that has strings and frets(ukulele,banjo,electric bass etc.)/Harmonica/Piano - I just mess around on these/I play them but not very seriously
I play drums (and very, very little piano). I haven't played drums in a long time due to me not having a kit and not being in the circumstances to own one. The passion is still there though and I definitely want to buy one when I get my own place. I play usually rock and pop but I like to mess around with jazz too, but just for fun. I've been in a ska band before (we were called Ska'Lextric - I mean, seriously?) I would describe my style to be loud, a little haphazard, sometimes messy and clumsy but strong.
Hello! I just joined this group, and this looked like a good place to start!
I am a percussionist, but lately I've mostly just been playing marimba. I do know a bit about piano but don't consider myself to be any good at it. If I have a style, I would consider it contemporary classical.
Mostly, I sing. I also play flute, bass, ukulele, guitar, and hand drums. (That list is in descending proficiency)
I'm in a nerd rock band in Seattle. Our stuff has a lot of grunge, post-grunge, jazz, and country (think Firefly) influences worked in.
When I work on my own stuff it's usually more torch/jazz/rockabilly/swing sort of stuff. But, I've found it hard to keep a group together to play that sort of thing.
Trumpet - classical, orchestral stuff mostly (so much Britten at the moment) and musical compilations (Wicked, Les Mis, etc)
Then I also play the piano, but that's just for fun, and I write songs on the baritone ukulele.
Mainly ukulele, guitar, some drums, some piano. I sing. I do wizard rock.
guitar, mando, uke, piano, sing and working on fiddle. Folky bluegrass stuff solo, alt rock in the band. acoustic, very simple music, and moved into learning the basics of bluegrass in hopes of becoming a better, more technically sound musician. it has paid off, and I'm still working at it. It's formed a weird version of the two, with a touch of blues in the stuff I write.