ok, here is the easiest instrument for me...... the trombone lol. you just blow into it and there you go! but, other easy instruments are guitar and drums, plus the triangle! XD but i have been playing trombone for like 3 years, so its too easy for me lol
Nr 1 is the Kazoo for sure...and the Jews Harp which I think is more fun....The Xylephone is very easy sounds great and lots of fun..also good for kidsThe Dichiridoo is not much harder...but maybe more interesting...especially when vocalizing....As far as melodic instruments, the recorder flute is the easiest and used in elementary schools for that reason. The Harmonica is about the same maybe slightly harder because of the in-and-out fashion of blowing it...drums aren`t hard either...(bongos etc) If you like the flute but not the sound so much, try the Ocarina flute..sounds more natural and earthy...it`s my favorite....guitar is not so easy but bass guitar is easier...filling crystal wine glasses with different levels of water and wetting a finger which you then rub on the rim of the glasses in a circular motion produces beautyful easy sounds..... ...Have fun
Your own singing voice. A lot of people will disagree with me on this, but your singing voice is considered an instrument. You see lead singers in bands right? Obviously, but they use their voices. Your singing is an easy instrument.
There isnt really an "easiest" instrument to play. Each has its own aspects that make it difficult, with any instrument, yes even triangle or cowbell, hours upon hours of practice is required to master the sound you want. If you are looking for an instrument to play that you can pick up on quickly, i'll give you a few suggestions.
Recorder: you simply blow in, and depending on the holes your fingers cover, it produces a certain sound. You could be playing simple songs in a few hours. The drawbacks are that, recorder Doesnt have a lot of commercial use, and while easy to pick up, it can be a pain to master.
Piano/Keyboard: Not the simplest of instruments, in fact, it can be quite hard, but like the recorder, you can start having simple fun pretty fast. Piano also has a lot more commercial use, and gives you a lot more potential music to learn.
Some other suggestions would be Saxophone (my personal favorite to play), trumpet, or guitar.
To answer your question as best I can, my opinion would be the wistle. Its pretty simple to blow air in and hear a ringing.
i find the guitar as , not the easiest, but still very easy, and extremely rewarding, i have a senior buddy teaching me, we go for about 2 hours every other day, i learn alot and i just learned how to play lead guitar to aerials by system of a down, its a tough song to play, and ive been playing for 3 months
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For me personally, saxophone and bass guitar were the easiest because they are single note instruments (well.. you can chord on bass, but most cool bass lines are single note). Piano and drums (set) require a lot more manual dexderity, and contrary motion, but can be mastered with devoted practice. I play(ed) all the above at one time or another (and even tried my brother's trumpet). But DEFINATELY DO TRY and find a musical instrument that suits you! Playing instruments has been one of the most fun and rewarding things I have ever done in my life!!! I started as a kid and now as a middle aged adult, I am still playing. Also, if you get good at an instrument you can go professional and then the possibilities are endless!!! Good Luck Kid!
P.S. if this is music in the school system, ask the music teacher to let you sample a few instruments, so you can get a feel for what works for you...my school music teacher did that for me.
the drums, the triangle or the saxophone ( either alto, tenor, soprano, or beritone) All u need to know the top three keys are B A G and the las three F E D the octave key makes the notes higher pitched but nothing changes. BAGFED really easy:):):)
If you want to play an instrument with tabs, then the harmonica or guitar is good (harmonica is easier but the guitar is cooler) but for instruments you have to read sheet music for, percussion instruments are easy because once you can understand beats and the basics of music, you can play just about anything in the percussion group. If you want something that you would be satisfied in making music without depending on other instruments in the song (which means learning to read notes) the xylophone is good (or again the guitar or harmonica because you can use sheet music OR tabs with these instruments). Consider variables like how much these instruments cost, maintenance, and if you know anyone who plays this instrument who you could ask for help.
No instrument is EASY. It will get easier if you practice though. The triangle is part of the percussion section and normally (at least at my school) if you're a percussionists you play way more than just the triangle.