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#beginquote# I have said this before and I'll say it again, Piano is by far the best instrument to learn music on, and is the best instrument to be good at. You don't have to buy an ACTUAL piano, just buy an electronic keyboard and work your way up to a real piano later on. The best part about piano is that if you're playing in an orchestra, you get to be right up front and take all the credit (if the rest of the band is good). Also, piano is great because it covers just about every octave that you will ever see in music, so learning new instruments after that is very easy. Piano is the best instrument to start with -- it even gets you prepared for percussion in the future if you decide to go that route. Good luck with your music, I'm sure you're going to do great! #endquote#
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