What instrument do you love to listen to the most?
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I like violin and piano.  They are not too high or low in tone.  
 
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The instrument that I love to hear most is a good slide guitar.  But it's difficult for me to find bands that utilize it in a way that is appealing to me.
 
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onef said:
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1. Cello                        Yo-Yo Ma, you amazing bastard.
2. Violin                       Trans-Siberian Orchestra had a great live performance ;
2. Sitar                        Hindi
3. Blues Harp               Blues
4. Stand-up Bass         John Coltrane
5. Drums                     60's & 70's rock



Now I got it, Thanks for your instruction! This is what I'm looking for, It's very valuable.
 
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It's stringed instruments for me .
Sarod  - the way akg's reproduce this instrument is just awesome.

Acoustic guitars
 
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For me, I must say it's guitar, hands down. While I love pianos, and appreciate a great drum solo, as well as symphony music and orchestras, nothing beats great guitar playing IMO.
 
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1. Violin (When it's played right)
2. Guitar
3. Piano
4. Brass Instruments
5. Whatever is used in techno
6. Acoustic guitar
 
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1. organ
2. sitar
3. guitar
4. mandolin
5. hand drums- my two favorites are djembe and tabla
 
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1. Female vocals (especially opera, but good jazz and pop as well)
2. Drums (mostly rock and metal with some jazz)
3. Guitar
4. Piano
5. Harpsichord
 
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I have played the drums since I was 8 and mostly listen to metal. But man when I saw Joshua Redman live, his saxophone skills almost made me cream my pants 

 
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I really love to hear jazz and classical music snobs talk about how easy the guitar is to play. They place all other instruments in another level and the guitar at the bottom. They talk about the years of practice to refine the other "better" intruments. HAAA I still love the dirty electric guitar the most!
 
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