Please feel free to add your name to this list of members and honoured guests. There is no minimum or maximum participation level, these two divisions are for you to determine where you believe you would fit best.
It would also help the project if you would indicate any areas of particular interest. This way, if there is an article that may especially interest you, you could be notified of the required assistance.
NOTE: Italicized dates immediately after the username indicates when the name was first added to this list.
Geofferybard (talk· contribs) Viol family instruments violin, fiddle, viola de gamba, guitar, a bit of experimentation with (diatonic)blues harp, mandolin, transverse flute, interested in shakuhachi, all clavichord->synthesizer and Latin percussion. Cage, Shostakovich, Jean Luc Ponty, Papa John Creach. Write songs some simple composing also. Pretty good on theory for non-conservatory grad:up on modes, blues scale, etc but not a jazz head.
synthfiend(talk· contribs· count· logs· email)(Nov 5, 2010): I play synthesizer, piano, and keyboard. My primary interest here is the history related to designers and manufacturers of synthesizers and recording equipment.
AMVStecker(talk· contribs· count· logs· email)(June 242011): I study music at the university level, and play carillon and am currently learning organ, but have been playing trumpet and other wind band instruments for about 8 years and singing in sacred and secular settings since I was a small child. I also have experience with the great highland bagpipes, baroque recorder, pennywhistle, handbell choirs, and other various instruments.
Cubanabop(talk· contribs· count· logs· email)(August 112012) - ethnomusicologist, musician, professor of music of University of San Francisco. My students, when we learn about organology, help update and clean up musical instrument stubs as a class project.
ashquarter8(talk· contribs· count· logs· email)(October 242012 - I play the alto saxophone, piano, synthesizers, a little bass and I am familiar with some trumpet, french horn and mellophone fingerings. I know a little percussion. I am familiar with the flute, clarinet, trombone, euphonium, tuba and oboe also. I have modest ability to play the marimba and similar instruments. I am in a marching band, concert band for 5 years and a choir.
Xavier enc(talk· contribs· count· logs· email) Hello members! I am honoured to join the project and hope we can get this subject into the next level! There is some serious work that needs to be done and I am here to help! I am a very active participant in my projects and you will quickly find a hero to the rescue!--Xavier (talk) 10:06, 4 November 2015 (UTC)
Andrewa(talk· contribs· count) - 14 April2007: Drummer and occasional player of many instruments including almost anything with frets. Particularly interested in cymbal articles, and to a lesser degree with drum kit, fretted instrument and electric and electronic equipment articles.
Daniel Alan Phillips(talk· contribs· count) - 15 May2007: I have a bachelor's degree in music, play synths, piano, drums, and a little pedal steel guitar, and sing. In the past, I've written extensively about topics in electronic music for Electronic Musician magazine. I produce and compose, and work for a major synthesizer manufacturer. I'll spend time as it's available.
Rigadoun(talk· contribs· count) - 28 April2007: I play many different instruments, and have contributed many related to the gamelan. I put myself here as I'm not sure how much time I can devote to the project, but I'm all in favor of improving and systematizing these articles.
Wiki libs(talk· contribs· count) I guess I fit here. Was a professional touring sidesman(guitar, bass, banjo, mandolin, dulcimer, piano, synths, harmonica, uke, cowbell whatever I got paid most for :-D) from 1978 to 1992.
Beggarsbanquet(talk· contribs· count)- 15 October2008: I'm a composer so I have a lot of general knowledge about instruments (and I've played in string/full orchestras, symphonic bands and jazz bands), but I'm particularly knowledgeable about the classical strings. Willing to help wherever I can.
Please feel free to list your new Musical Instruments-related articles here (newer articles at the top, please). Any new articles that have an interesting or unusual fact in them should be suggested for the Did you know? box on the Main Page.