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There are two massive downsides to the recorder, however. Firstly, it is really 15 Minute Manifestation Review uncool. When was the last time you saw a recorder on a pop video? That means your kids might think it's a bit of a pointless instrument to play. They are very unlikely to keep playing it as they get older. Secondly, the standard descant recorder sounds awful, especially when blown by an inexperienced player. Insider tip: Bass and Tenor recorders have a much fuller, deeper, warm sound not unlike a clarinet. Go for those if you can - though remember they are not tuned to C Major, so will be a bit harder to learn.

I always find it a bit sad when I see a toddler with one of those light up toy guitars with buttons you press to make a noise. A three or four year-old could easily pick up the basics of the ukelele and be playing a real instrument instead of a pretend one! A ukelele is a sort of pint-sized guitar. Perfect for playing with tiny hands! You can get a note out of it straight away and your child will feel like a rock star playing it.

A six or seven year-old would be able to strum a simple two-chord song, by the end of the first lesson no problem. The other great thing about the ukelele is that, like the guitar, you don't have to learn to read music to play it.

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