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post #1 of 19
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I'm about to strangle him!
He has mastered the art of playing John Carpenter's Halloween on the guitar and has decided to play it OVER and OVER! Someone HELP!
post #2 of 19
Teach the cats how to play the guitar....maybe they'll accidentally break one of the strings.

Or heck, when he's sleeping, just remove one of the strings.
post #3 of 19
You should learn how to do something equally annoying and noisy
post #4 of 19
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Originally Posted by lunasmom View Post
Teach the cats how to play the guitar....maybe they'll accidentally break one of the strings.

Or heck, when he's sleeping, just remove one of the strings.
He has 3 guitars! he'd know something was up if a string was missing on each of them
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Originally Posted by Trouts mom View Post
You should learn how to do something equally annoying and noisy
I used to play the drums as a kid but I have carpel tunnel... I have threatened to not clean the litterbox in the bedroom for a week
post #5 of 19
lol, sing the most annoying song you can think of at the top of your lungs next time he does that
post #6 of 19
I feel your pain. My husband plays bass (not too bad), but he also plays sax. Do you know how loud a sax is in the house? I've stuffed towels down the bell and it still is loud! I particularly dislike anything loud - bars, TV, radio - I don't want to have to yell to be heard over all that noise.
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I feel your pain. My husband plays bass (not too bad), but he also plays sax. Do you know how loud a sax is in the house? I've stuffed towels down the bell and it still is loud! I particularly dislike anything loud - bars, TV, radio - I don't want to have to yell to be heard over all that noise.
Oh Geez..I dated a now-professional jazz saxophonist (actually, 3 of them, but one was a somewaht serious relationsship) and MY LORD THAT THING IS LOUD even when played well! He is extremely talented and I still remember getting splitting headaches.

Does he have a metal or plastic mouthpiece? Because if it's metal, I feel reeeeeally sorry for you....not only are they like 20 times louder, but they also throw the instrument waaaaaay out of tune with itself.

But then again, I own a piccolo. I use that wisely, though. Only on days when Ian is making me REALLY mad. It frightens the animals.
post #8 of 19
It's metal!
post #9 of 19
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Originally Posted by lunasmom View Post
Teach the cats how to play the guitar....maybe they'll accidentally break one of the strings.

Or heck, when he's sleeping, just remove one of the strings.
My Daughters cat used to sit with my son-in-law and pluck the strings with her teeth No kidding
post #10 of 19
I dare you to buy yourself a drumset for Christmas!
post #11 of 19
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Originally Posted by DixieDarlin256 View Post
I'm about to strangle him!
He has mastered the art of playing John Carpenter's Halloween on the guitar and has decided to play it OVER and OVER! Someone HELP!
Stan used to play the same songs over and over again. Lily ended up peeing on his guitar.
post #12 of 19
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Originally Posted by Yosemite View Post
It's metal!
Maybe Santa could bring him a nice plastic mouthpiece!
post #13 of 19
My best friends brother used to play the sax! my ears were ringing when i went home!
post #14 of 19
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Originally Posted by DixieDarlin256 View Post
I'm about to strangle him!
He has mastered the art of playing John Carpenter's Halloween on the guitar and has decided to play it OVER and OVER! Someone HELP!
Attempt to learn the violin. That'll teach him. Or buy him an early x-mas present, an electric guitar (if he doesn't have one yet), with a pre-amp that you can plug into a set of headphones, then he can jack it up has loud as he wants and you won't hear any of it.

I actually play bass guitar, and my cat used to sit on the amp and sort of twitch and sway to the beat, was kinda funny.
post #15 of 19
"This is the song that doesn't end, yes it goes on and on my friend. Some people started singing it not knowing what it was, but they'll continue singing it forever just because.....This is the song that doesn't end, yes it goes on and on....."


I would keep singing that over and over again...shouldn't be too hard, because it IS the song that doesn't end.
post #16 of 19
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Originally Posted by Lemur 6 View Post
Attempt to learn the violin. That'll teach him. Or buy him an early x-mas present, an electric guitar (if he doesn't have one yet), with a pre-amp that you can plug into a set of headphones, then he can jack it up has loud as he wants and you won't hear any of it.

I actually play bass guitar, and my cat used to sit on the amp and sort of twitch and sway to the beat, was kinda funny.
He has an amp and headphones... but you can still hear the stumming
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Originally Posted by 4crazycats View Post
Stan used to play the same songs over and over again. Lily ended up peeing on his guitar.
Can she teach Reilly how to do that?
post #17 of 19
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Originally Posted by lionessrampant View Post
Maybe Santa could bring him a nice plastic mouthpiece!
And a mute!
post #18 of 19
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Originally Posted by emrldsky View Post
"This is the song that doesn't end, yes it goes on and on my friend. Some people started singing it not knowing what it was, but they'll continue singing it forever just because.....This is the song that doesn't end, yes it goes on and on....."


I would keep singing that over and over again...shouldn't be too hard, because it IS the song that doesn't end.
I thought of that same song!!
post #19 of 19
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Originally Posted by DixieDarlin256 View Post
I'm about to strangle him!
He has mastered the art of playing John Carpenter's Halloween on the guitar and has decided to play it OVER and OVER! Someone HELP!
Pop one of his strings!!
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