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#beginquote# i reckon that you need to try a lot of different instruments to see which one is really
. i tried guitar, violin, keyboard and recorder before trying the flute. i found that i was quite a natural with it. my teacher thought it was amazing. i am not trying to boast but i know that i am not bad at playing it. the people who think the sax would be good to play are completely biased! you need to try a range. nothing is too hard for a beginner, that is what a beginner is, learning an instrument! i would say though that a recorder is good to learn to read music with, this is what all my friends learnt to read music with and they are all very good at the instruments they have progressed onto. i play the flute and i think it is a great instrument to play so i would say try it, but if you don't feel that little attachment then no, leave it! when i played guitar i new after 5 lessons i couldn't do it, i didn't feel comfortable. as soon as i picked up the flute, i could play it right away and almost knew what to do with my fingers right away. you do need to have a few lessons before you really get into it. i have been playing the flute for 2 years and i LOVE it. good luck in finding the right instrument! #endquote#
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