No, just guitar. To be clear though, I started playing guitar back in the late 80s, but I never had any lessons or anything. I just figured things out on my own. By the time I went to college I could play rhythm "ok", but I couldn't solo a single thing. I had no idea about theory. The articles in guitar magazines were WAY over my head. I didn't have time to play in college so it was just put away. Fast forward to about a year and a half ago and a coworker friend of mine started telling me this story about how he and his friend that plays drums jammed for a few hours, and that he played guitar. That made me break out my gear and start playing again. I quickly got into theory and stuff and this is where I'm at now. There's alot more I want to learn theory wise, but I know a good bit already. I'm not as fast as I'd like, but I'm getting faster. I hear alot of great songs in my head and I'm hoping to put those down in the coming years. Regardless of whether I get signed or not I just want to make my own music. The funny thing is that I know a few riffs from other well known songs that I learned in the late 80s, but I've never learned an entire song of someone elses. It's never really interested me that much. Now I can make my own stuff and that's what I really enjoy. I guess you can count what I did early on as experience, but it had been so long since I did that I lost just about all of it. I pretty much started from scratch a year and a half ago....not totally, but kinda.