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I hope you do not mind me replying to a 3 year old post, but I too suffer from Tinnitus and I love music. I love most types of music including Classical, Jazz and Pop/Rock from 1960s through to 1980s.
i used to just suffer tinnitus occasionally but over the past 6 weeks I've had to more or less constant 24/7. I still listen to my music. It's reassuring to know that there are other music lovers out there with similar problem.
i do worry about going to live music concerts in case it makes my tinnitus/hearing worse.
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