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    gonna learn to play the triangle....anyone got any suggestions on..make ,model, or what key is best to start in....also i was told if i lose my stick i could use a collectible type of spoon is this correct....and that if ya wanna practice quietly to use one of those giant q-tips....
    any help would be greatly appreciated...thanx so much.....p.s soups on... [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    I recommend the Peavey Elmer Fudd signature model triangle for tone and playability. In terms of learning to play it, try this...
    Hang it on your porch, insert your stick into the center and twirl it in a circular motion. Once you have a nice clanging rhythm going, shout 'DINNER!' as loudly as you can. I find that works for me.
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    Originally posted by Charvel2:
    I recommend the Peavey Elmer Fudd signature model triangle for tone and playability. In terms of learning to play it, try this...
    Hang it on your porch, insert your stick into the center and twirl it in a circular motion. Once you have a nice clanging rhythm going, shout 'DINNER!' as loudly as you can. I find that works for me.
    great ....so far so good.....but its awfully cold out on the porch in the middle of winter up here in canada...but hey its worth it if ya wanna revolutionize the instrument like eddie did,...i'm gonna practice practice practice til i can play with my eyes closed and improvise... [img]graemlins/thumb.gif[/img]

 

 

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