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do you have to be really good at playing your instrument to join a band, or can you just one and learn as you go?

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It depends on the band.
It does depend on the band... and the majority of the kids that I've seen in band had started learning an instrument in elementary and continued their way up. Well this is just for school bands. c:
well i believe that u shoud have at least masterd the basic concepts of the instrument fir depening on the band

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Well if you are just starting out in a band, they work with you if you don't know how to play the instrument that you planned on playing. But yeah they work out with you in most bands.
It's hard to learn how to play an instrument. It took me 3 years how to play the guitar properly.
I've got experience in playing gigs. Honestly, if you're not playing jazz, then you can learn as you go. However, it's highly recommended you have the basics under your fingers. Like chords. If you know how to make a couple chords fit together then youre set. The more intimate parts of music like scales and "borrowed chords" can come later. Playing with the band will make you "good". However finding people to play witg is hard. Church bands will take just about anyone with any experience.
It depends on what truly is inside in your heart.

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