Are you an adult (aged 30 or 50, does not matter) and want to play a musical instrument? But you are afraid whether you will be able to play or not as it is going to be your first musical instrument. Or, you are simply confused with which instrument to pick up as an adult beginner. We have the answer to all your queries. Continue reading as we are going to make it easy to decide as to which musical instruments you can start with. Let’s get started.
The ukulele is the most popular, easiest and fun instrument to being with, for an adult. It has just four nylon strings that is much easier to press down and obtain a satisfying tone. You can easily pick up a few simple chords in just a few weeks and play a ton of songs easily. It is inexpensive, light in weight and therefore cab easily carried to a party or a holiday. It simply adds fun to life.
Piano keyboards are one of the most popular musical instruments in the Philippines simply because it is a fantastic way to learn about music. Learning to play the piano teaches you to read music in both clefs and valuable sight-reading skills. Today keyboards are available at an economical price. It can fit anywhere conveniently and it is a fun resource for beginners.
Bongos are percussion instruments and can be great for the beginners. It is fun to play and relieves stress and enhances the mood. If you are looking to jam with friends and play with others, this instrument is for you then. It consists of two conjoined drums and a fantastic way to relax and have fun as it is physical.
Harmonica is one of the easiest instrument to learn as it is small in size. It is very portable and you can carry it anywhere anytime. You can easily hold it in one hand and adjust the grip comfort. The harmonica fits best in jazz, blues, rock, folk and country music. Playing the harmonica will not get you tired and anything you play will sound pretty good.
There are more instruments in the list which will be discussed in the next month’s blog. Until then, check the best quality musical instruments on sale in the Philippines at Global Music.
To be continued…..