Happy 67th Birthday to the baritone badass himself, Jouji Nakata, responsible for giving us everyone’s favorite tofu-loving priest!
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Milestone achieved: being called Ma'am until they hear my baritone voice
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nobody: β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β €β € Baritone:
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I just noticed in the third episode, just before the intro song, Eda throws a baritone horn from the trash slug onto King's head. I also happen to play baritone horn!
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How it feels to play the baritone in 2021
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> ShulkerRoad.com | Shop & Automatic Bot Delivery [Baritone ElytraFLY] Thanks for all the support !
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From a majestic, rumbling baritone...to a squeaky, horrid squawk...
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NGD! Gretsch Electromatic Jet baritone
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Sorry libs, you just can't handle Ben's earth shaking baritone.
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Short version of Everlong by the Uke Fighters on a Baritone. Sorry for a couple rattling strings, you guys make me nervous. v.redd.it/qm1b2mgupjv61
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NGD… baritone PRS!
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Baritone Telecaster Build
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E# for Respect To Baritone/Euphonium
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Baritone in Marching Band Question

This upcoming season is going to be my 4th Marching Band season, but my 1st playing Baritone. In my first 2 years, I played trumpet, and 3rd I played Sousaphone. I am a bit nervous about arm fatigue, does anyone have any workouts/ advice to prepare my arms for the season?

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iv been having baritone on fore like 60 hours :D
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Baritone Telecaster Build
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NGD: Chapman guitars pale blood Rabea massad signature -my first baritone and Chapman guitar I have to saying quite impressed reddit.com/gallery/na9amr
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Clair de Lune excerpt for Saxophone Choir (4 baritone, 1 alto, 1 tenor, 1 bass) v.redd.it/3dquardkfpz61
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Gaining muscle for baritone

This will be my first full season marching Baritone, I used to play alto, and I was wondering what is the best way to gain that muscle to hold up the instrument through the entire show?

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My double baritone ocarina. I did the leather work, the instrument came from DoodkiMusic in Russia :)
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The greatest Verdian baritone, Ettore Bastianini (as Figaro) and Alvino Misciano (as Count Almaviva) sing "All'idea quel metallo" from Rossini's 'Il barbiere di Siviglia.' Enjoy! 😁 youtu.be/nmnfl6feWKc
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I feel like baritone guitar does not get discussed enough in the context of country music, even though it’s used a lot! So I made a video! youtu.be/Yi5my0wkgtI
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New Gear day! I recently got my hands on a Fender Custom Shop Sub-Sonic Baritone that was made in 2011. I had the electronics modified and plan to swap out the tuners and possibly inlays myself. It was originally Daphne Blue but has aged over time to a shade of green. I'm loving it! reddit.com/gallery/mylk51
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What's a good Baritone guitar?

I've been looking around and found out about Baritone guitars so I'm wondering, what's a good reliable brand (or model) of baritone guitars that I can get?

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Meet Barry Elephante, my first baritone reddit.com/gallery/myefui
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Uh oh, the first valve of my baritone is stuck, what do I do? I have tried oiling it from the bottom and the top, I've tried pulling it, nothings working! This baritone belongs to the school I attend and I'm scared that I broke it!
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[GEAR] Is it worth it to get a 27β€³ baritone instead of a 25.5β€³ for Metal in D standard/Drop C?

So, kind of a strange question, I'll try to explain.

Been playing gtr for about 4 years, exclusively metal, exclusively rhythm. Finally want to upgrade from my 100 euro superstrat and I've set my sights firmly on the Harley Benton Amarok. Simply no debating that there's no better metal axe for the price, I'm afraid.

Here's the thing: it has a baritone version for the same exact price, which has thrown me into a week-long brainstorming session on why I might actually want a baritone(???).

My band plays D/Drop C, and I write almost exclusively in D, so this might seem stupid at first. But I thought hey, it's just a normal guitar with 1.5 more inches (compared to my superstrat), and with the proper string gauge (probably 10-52s?) and setup it could easily play D/Drop C but with the added clarity and low end definition of a baritone. Basically, I'm looking for that added tightness.

Now, baritones having more low end clarity is - as far as I can tell, never having played one - just a fact. But does that trait only really become noticeable in tunings like B, Ab, G etc, or does it exist no matter the tuning? If it does, then I see no good reason to not get the 27 inch instead of the 25.5 and just set it up for the tunings I play. Even if the benefits aren't massive, I can't really think of any drawbacks.

There's a decent chance that I'll tune lower in the future, but basically 0 chance that I'll go back up to E standard (and if I have to, I have my other guitar still).

Obviously I mean that D standard is my HIGHEST tuning, and I may or may not drop to C#, C, etc. And while a normal scale length can play E standard, it definetely can't play like, Drop G (not without an extreme setup), which the baritone will gladly do. In both cases, a significant change in tuning will require new strings and a truss rod/intonation adjustment, so it's not like a baritone requires more work to do the same thing or anything like that (?).

  1. Is the transition from 25.5 to 27 scale length difficult? Does it feel clunkier to play? Are some positions, chords or scale shapes much harder to finger? Or is it basically unnoticeable?
  2. Is the difference in tone significant enough to justify this?
  3. Are there any plausible downsides to doing this?
  4. Is this like a cheat code to better rhythm tone or just a really stupid idea?

I'm not really sure if my thoughts are making much sense, but I just want opinions, experiences etc, because I realise basically noone has thought o

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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2000 Fender Sub-Sonic Baritone Stratocaster reddit.com/gallery/n7i5nv
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Here's a follow-up video to my post I made a while back about tuning my Bass VI down to B0-standard. Spoiler alert: it was successful and sounds great for bass all-around and metal guitar, but the low B is a bit much for country baritone leads, IMO. youtu.be/x_-belVJXrE
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Russian student sings a cover of obscure 80s Judas Priest love ballad "Prisoner of Your Eyes" in rich baritone youtube.com/watch?v=ii2G2…
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Baritone Jazzmaster - my first partscaster all came together reddit.com/gallery/m97yq9
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But does it djent? Custom Baritone Jaguar
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After over a year of saving, i finally got myself a baritone saxophone!
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Godin A6 Ultra Baritone - I think I'm in love!
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β€œBut you glorify yo trappin doe/ The whole world they know now/ But ain’t you supposed to pitch on the low/ I gotta bring the bear a tone(Baritone) down” where my Nitty fans at?? Let’s talk greatest Nitty punches.
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The Uke who sold the world- Bowie/Nirvana cover on baritone v.redd.it/9rqt0npd5qy61
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This is probably the most versatile bass-baritones I have ever heard. His subharmonics literally sound so accurate. youtube.com/watch?v=mOYBc…
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At its peak, D.A.R.E. was practiced in 75% of American schools and cost hundreds of millions of dollars to run. It had 90's branded swag, and a baritone voiced mascot named Daren the Lion. Students who went through D.A.R.E. weren't any less likely to do drugs than the students who didn't.
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Will a baritone guitar sound okay with my Vox AC15?

If anyone has any experience using a baritone guitar with their Vox AC 15, I’d be very interested in hearing your experience. I haven’t been able to find much information regarding this combination on the web.

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Best modern songs for a baritone vocalist?

Hello,

I am wondering what songs everyone would recommend for a male baritone vocalist? I’m looking for something more rnb oriented that will be provide a good example of my vocal range, dynamics, etc.

I am looking to make a portfolio for my own personal self and songs like Nikes by Frank Ocean (see live unpitched version) seem technical enough that there seems to be an importance on vocal ability.

I will also be playing guitar and I have a strong background in playing string instruments so any songs that have strong instrumental potential I’d appreciate as well.

TIA

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Owl City - Fireflies - Tap Guitar / Baritone Cover youtube.com/watch?v=EeAlA…
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My Jackson HT7 baritone and its HT6 counterpart; Sentient/Nazgul, Fishman Moderns, respectively
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Baritone Stratocaster
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Offset Subsonic Baritone Stratocaster (Fender Custom Shop Masterbuilt - Carlos Lopez)
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Moving to Baritone ukulele

I have been playing the standard uke for quite some time and want to move to the baritone ukulele. I mostly do finger picking and play solo. I have heard that we can transpose the tabs of a standard uke to a baritone if we move 5 frets ahead on the fret board.

Like if you were playing 2nd fret on a standard uke then playing the 7th fret on a baritone can work.

Is that actually possible??

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started playing clarinet in concert band, then euphonium, then they put me in pit bc i couldn’t hold the baritone
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With a tessitura of (B1)C2 - Eb4 - E5 and this ever so light/childish tone, what voice type should I call myself? A bass or a baritone? What kind of bass or baritone? Keep accent questions off this topic please 😊 v.redd.it/nvb1xa35qsw61
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