Which is the easiest instrument to master ?

Before you begin your quest and pickup your first instrument,having a good ear for music is advisable.Listening to some recording s of various instruments and then deicde what sound draws you.Most beginars start of with the acoustic guitar,its cheap to buy,the chord structure isn’t complicated and the Basic strumming patterns can be learnt in a matter of weeks.So if you want to play our favorite pop songs,it might come easier on the guitar,of course the classical and jazz guitar are fairly more progressive and require formal training that could run into years as fingerwork plays and integral part compared to chords.

Probably the easiest instrument to master and  read key notations is the harmonica.Your first harmonica will have be numbered on the topside.On the scoresheet in front of you are the numbers,corresponding to the same notes on the blowing frame.If on the score sheet the numbered is encircled,it means you havto “suck in” otherwise you “blow out”.Its that simple.You can even start on your own,and get the feeling of learning  something new.

For the more serious music conessiours,who want something more challenging,the violin or piano is a good suggestion.It would require years of training of training before you can begin to play something of an average level,this is because,on the piano,like no other instrument uses all five fingers of each hand to play a different key,on the keyboard of 88 keys,playing them in sequence,and at the correct tempo,it takes a lot of practice,but in the end its worth it,because no other instrument can bring out melody and harmony in the same way as the piano can.

Other blowing and woodwind instruments are all on an  average skill level,and definitely not the easiest instruments out there,but are not very popular with young people because the range of genre play is limited,and most pop/rock pieces don’t sound natural on them.

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4 Responses to Which is the easiest instrument to master ?

  1. steve vincent March 11, 2011 at 11:54 am #

    Which is a good shop in mumbai where I can buy a medium priced guitar or harmonica?Can you recommend a good teacher who can teach me the guitar in south mumbai?


    • jojo22 March 11, 2011 at 6:56 pm #

      good range of guitars are available at musicians mall opp charni road station.in south mumbai i can recommend mr.dudley swindon for guitar classes,or in the suburbs mr.rishi sen


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