The debate "People who can play an instrument are more attractive" was started by
January 3, 2014, 12:45 pm.
24 people are on the agree side of this discussion, while 21 people are on the disagree side.
That might be enough to see the common perception.
It looks like most of the people in this community are on the agreeing side of this statement.
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If thats what your into then you could say that but its different for different people.
An interesting study, which corrolates with my observations of the many musicians I've met, is that there is a predictable "coolness" rhythm across a person's life when they're a musician. The coolness is not very high in mid high-school, then rises to a high point around the middle of the 20s, and then around the thirties there is a slow decline, and by the 40's you appear the total opposite of cool. Most old musicians I know appear washed out, even if they have personality traits like those I've know who have been at the apex of local scenes in their 20's (and a similar personal history). Then the few old-person musicians that remain cool are those who had excessively successful careers. Even then, Lips from Anvil doesn't seem all that cool despite the brief period of success and popularity in his golden days.
The more you practice, the more skillful you are. Music can be an inspiration for everybody. If you are interested in playing instruments, learn how to play guitar first, piano and then drum. Anyway, it’s based on your interest in the instruments. I think people who can play an instrument are more attractive.