Best wind & woodwind instruments according to redditors

We found 282 Reddit comments discussing the best wind & woodwind instruments. We ranked the 140 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Wind & Woodwind Instruments:

u/forestfluff · 11 pointsr/listentothis

If you google "kazoo trombone" theres a bunch of options. Here's one on Amazon

u/beekermc · 7 pointsr/funny
u/Teerlys · 7 pointsr/preppers

Here's a few I snagged from my recently ordered list.

Secure USB Drive - For storing scans of important documents.

Mylar Blankets - Ridiculously thin. Good to keep in the car or every day carry bag for a variety of situations.

Camp Suds - Or alternately hand sanitizer. Both useful to stay healthy in Flu season or another outbreak that spreads via contact.

Emergency Whistle - Small enough to keep on a keychain. Loud enough to get attention when it's needed.

Mylar Bags + Oxygen Absorbers - If you're prepping, putting a hundred pounds or so of white rice in 5 gallon buckets is a great way to get started on a long term food supply without breaking the bank. Put it in these and it will stay fresher longer.

Water BOB - Great little device for if/when you know the water supply may be at risk. It's a cheap way to be able to store 100 gallons in preparation for an emergency.

Pepper Spray - The security product you can take most places.

Starter First Aid Kit - Gotta get that going some how. This one has a hard shell which is nice for tossing it in a pack. You'll have to fill it out with what you're likely to need.

Mainstay 2400 Calorie Bars - They stay good through some pretty extreme highs and lows which makes them ideal for tossing in a car. They last about 5 years or so and don't require any water to make them. They're very handy as they're a purchase and forget about them item (for a few years anyway) that lets you have some immediate food for however long you have them stocked for.

Life Straw - A personal filter for waterborne bacteria. Most water purification methods have some significant cost to them, but this one is a great inexpensive item to get started with.

There's a ton of little things on Amazon that are kind of cool to have on hand, but I'd recommend snagging whatever is most likely to help you in whatever your situation is likely to be. If you live in a wildfire prone area... the usb drive would be a wise start. Earthquakes? The emergency whistle. Bad neighborhood, pepper spray. You get the idea. Good luck!

u/reverendwaynard · 6 pointsr/gaming
u/Eryemil · 6 pointsr/Ocarina

OcarinaWind ocarinas are extremely inconsistent as far as quality; some are virtually unplayable. Get this one instead; you won't regret it.

A ceramic ocarina of this quality would probably cost you upwards of 80-100 USD. You won't find better value for money, I've paid a lot more for worse sounding instruments---Like STL's Water Ocarina; beautiful instrument but mediocre low and high notes and awkward to cover holes

u/__c5 · 5 pointsr/Ocarina

Here is a video from Kissing88 about OcarinaWind instruments


I would recommend either one of the following ocarinas as a beginner instrument. They are plastic but still have an excellent sound and will be more durable than a ceramic ocarina. These are also demonstrated in the video I linked above.

Night By Noble Plastic Ocarina AC Black - $36.86

Legend of Zelda Inspired 12 Hole Ocarina – Alto C by Focalink - $24.95

The NIGHT by Noble requires less breath and will therefore be easier for a beginner to get started on.

u/LakeVermilionDreams · 5 pointsr/Ocarina

I've purchased two, one is a plastic Night by Noble:

which is the one I'd recommend over the other, a clay one, some dragon-tooth shaped thing that sounds OK, not as good as the plastic one.

If I had to buy another, I'd go with clay, though. The plastic one collects moisture faster, requires draining much faster.

u/Wixby · 4 pointsr/WeAreTheMusicMakers

I made a bedroom album that heavily relied on a melodica. Not super strange, but super fun to play.

u/SchwiftyGameOnPoint · 4 pointsr/Ocarina

Is there some limited availability in Canada or shipping restrictions or something?

Something like this perhaps?

The Night by Noble is good for most levels of play, I believe. It is really good quality and has great sound.
I have one and use it myself.

u/frogsandstuff · 4 pointsr/electronic_cigarette
u/[deleted] · 3 pointsr/Frugal


Seriously, a set of cheap starter harmonicas can last you two years before you're good enough to play anything better, and you can carry it with you in a jacket pocket, play on the street, even at a stoplight. If you really take to it, you won't rely on much else for entertainment, you can make seriously incredible music!

u/Leibz · 3 pointsr/zelda

I believe that one is:

It looks really nice, but I'm not sure if I could shell out 85 dollars on an ocarina. I'm pretty satisfied playing them on my flute though.

u/MasterSword1 · 3 pointsr/zelda

Try this.

It's a cheap ocarina that sounds decent, is easy enough to learn because the included instruction book includes finger positions, and A simple internet search can find new songs

u/Keith · 3 pointsr/EDC

Thanks, I wound up ordering the Acme Tornado 636.

u/siegewolf · 3 pointsr/Vinesauce

When will he get s theremin? Also, what about the Electric Kazoo?

u/Comrade_Derpsky · 3 pointsr/Ocarina

The range of a standard 12 hole transverse ocarina will be an octave and a 4th plus an extra three semitones at the bottom end provided by the subholes. Do note that using these notes requires you to slide your fingers over the holes, which greatly limits how fast you can play these notes. There is also a trade-off between the extra range at the bottom of the register and the clarity of the top notes. This can be fixed to some extend by bending your neck to that you're holding the instrument close to your chest. Some ocarinists dislike this and prefer 10 or 11 hole ocarinas instead. Single chamber transverse ocarinas have two slightly different fingering systems, Italian and Asian. Asian style ocarinas have a small left pinky hole and a large right thumb hole, while for Italian style ocarinas, it is the opposite. There are also two different variants with regard to the subholes, Japanese and Taiwanese.

Then we come to multichambered ocarinas. These ocarinas have additional chambers to allow for greater range. The player switches between the chambers by sliding the ocarina between their lips. From personal experience, this can take quite a bit of practice to do fluidly. These ocarinas are also more expensive than single chambered ocarinas. Double ocarinas have two octaves of range while triple ocarinas have two and a half octaves. If they have subholes (and most of the multis I've seen do), you will also have an extra three semi tones at the bottom end of the range. The fingering system on the first chamber is almost identical to a single chambered ocarina. The fingering system on the second chamber may vary somewhat between makers.

Regardless of what ocarina you're playing, there are some fundamentals you should be aware of. Ocarina intonation is very flexible and requires precise breath control to stay in tune. Blow too softly or too strongly and you will bend the pitch flat or sharp. It's possible to bend the pitch by a whole tone or two doing this! A consequence of this is that you will have very limited control of dynamics. No playing loud low notes or quiet high notes. What control is possible is achieved by breath control and hole shading. Different ocarinas may have different breath requirements. High breath ocarinas tend to have steep breath curves and require more skill to control intonation, but allow for more expressive playing. Since breath control is so important, you will want to practice intonation frequently with a chromatic tuner.

Regarding suggested models and makers, there are several that I would recommend. The Night by Noble (NbN) is the number one community recommended ocarina for new players and one of the best plastic ocarinas on the market. Plastic ocarinas are good for getting the hang of your basics since they're inexpensive and you don't have to worry about breaking them while you're learning how to hold the thing (and it does take a bit of practice). These cost around $30-$35. Focalink is a highly regarded producer of ocarinas from Taiwan and produces are large variety of ocarinas. Their western brand name is Stein. Their ocarinas can be purchased directly from them, as well as through Songbird Ocarina. Some of their double and triple ocarinas can also be bought through The ones sold through Songbird have Japanese subholes instead of Taiwanese subholes. STL is another possible option. A lot of their ocarinas have pop culture themes (LoZ included) and many are more about looks than anything else, but all of them should be in tune and playable. The ocarina I would recommend from them is the Aria. It's designed for ergonomics and can be purchased with a black matte finish which makes the subholes easier to use (or a nice looking glaze if your prefer that). There is also a smaller version in G. STL also sells a plastic model, which I've heard is decent. Imperial City Ocarina (ICO) sells possibly the most inexpensive multichambered ceramic ocarinas on the market. A good choice if you're looking for a double or triple ocarina. There is also Hans Rotter, in Austria, who produces a variety of single chambered ocarinas in both Asian and Italian styles. These can be bought through his site or via Mr. Rotter has been gradually working on closing down his business after the unfortunate death of his wife last year, so I'm not sure how much longer he will be selling his ocarinas.

Phew, that was a wall of text. I hope this is helpful to you!


Night by Noble:


Songbird Ocarina:

Imperial City Ocarina:

STL Aria:

Hans Rotter:


u/jbrd95 · 3 pointsr/zelda

I would go for a ceramic 12 hole ocarina. That's what I've got (not sure what brand though, I got it forever ago), and I've been pretty happy with it. They go for $14 on amazon like this one:

On 6 vs 12 holes, it really depends on what you want to play on your ocarina. 6 holes cover 10 whole notes whereas 12 holes gives you 13 whole notes. And learning isn't any harder either. You learn the same way on a 6 hole or a 12 hole as you would a any instrument. You learn three notes and play a simple song like hot cross buns and then slowly add more notes.

And if you end up sticking with it, you'll find that a lot of songs need those extra notes. Like if you wanted to play the Legend of Zelda main theme, you'll need all 13 notes.

u/tallpapab · 3 pointsr/harmonica

It's over your budget, but good harmonicas are not cheap. The Suzuki promaster harps are quite good and durable.

On the low end would be a Hohner Piedmont Blues set of 7. They're super affordable and not as bad as you might think. Many musicians want to buy their own instruments. So this cheap gift might be appreciated as stop gap and a show of your emotional support and underline that you understand he would want to shop for himself. It would be a nice surprise. Make sure that if you go this route that you include a note explaining that the gift is a gesture of love and that you expect he will shop for something better himself.

u/TimeDiver997 · 3 pointsr/Ocarina

This Night Ocarina is universally regarded as one of the best starter Ocarinas. Easy to play, durable, and has very good sound.

This picture shows the complete range of a standard 12 hole ocarina:

If you want higher you will need a Double or triple ocarina, which adds additional chambers and mouthpieces to increase the range

u/RCoder01 · 3 pointsr/Bandmemes
u/GapDragon · 3 pointsr/bagpipes

Well, pretty much off the bat, I'd probably have to admit you may have more musical talent than just about any bagpiper I've ever met. (Although, this is by no means an exhaustive list...)

Most importantly, regardless of anyone's level of talent, I would ALWAYS have to recommend getting a teacher -- if you only have one lesson a month (or even less), this will still go a long way toward avoiding embedded bad habits that plague you for a long time...

However, it is certainly possible to teach yourself at least the basics. First, find a bagpiping store within reasonable driving range -- not a music store with a set of pipes in a back corner, this is not a recipe for success. From this store, you'll need to purchase a practice chanter, here are examples: Obviously, you can still do this on the internet, but I would definitely be happier touching the goods before I purchase...

Next, get this book: You don't have to get it from Amazon if you don't want, the store you found in step one will certainly have a copy, and if you're REALLY Scottish (meaning cheap), the entire text of the book is here:

This book has descriptions of 99% of the technique you'll ever use, has been used by millions people already (really), and still going strong with pipers around the world. It's got a fair bit of sheet music inside, as well. (I've been playing for 16 years, btw, and I've never seen volume 2.)

I should finish up with one more thought: Piping (heck, music) is a communal activity. You're obviously a talented and experienced music and I'm guessing you already know this. If possible, find a band in your area, do their shows and march in their parades. It shouldn't be expensive -- if it is, find a different band. Your playing will definitely benefit, and so will the band you join. You could join a band and learn to play, or you could learn to play and join a band -- whichever works best for you. Again, that store you found in step one can help you, and so can this subreddit, if you need it. And if, by some chance, you live in central New Jersey, let me know and I'll send you directions to Thursday's practice....

u/carboncopymusic · 3 pointsr/WeAreTheMusicMakers

The ocarina. I recommend the Night by Noble plastic and my wife's ocarina method book.

Together they come in for about $50.

EDIT: oh yeah there's also /r/ocarina

u/marewinds · 3 pointsr/zelda

I'm not sure how far out you're willing to go, but I'd bet she'd love the bundle:

[EDIT: More ideas]

Does she play a musical instrument? How about an ocarina with a Zelda music booklet?

Also found a few neat results for "navi necklace zelda" on Google images.

u/Nickamajig · 2 pointsr/zelda

It's a melodica, here's mine.

u/I-Love-Money · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Happy almost birthday [month]! My birthday is April 15th. Sadly, though, there are no tax breaks for being born on tax day.

My spirt animal is Mr. Krabs because he loves money, whales, and has an entrepreneurial spirit! But mostly he loves money.

Also, I'd kinda sorta maybe really like this or this.

Thanks for the contest =)

u/jasonxwoods · 2 pointsr/gaming

I know its expensive but i am sure you could find one cheaper if you looked

It is also possible to get a Zelda songbook for the ocarina.

u/piratesgoyarr · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. Fancy

  2. NO

  3. NOT 10K

    Over 10k? Fancy!
u/Eric_Cartman-_- · 2 pointsr/harmonica
u/PoliticalThrowawayy · 2 pointsr/Psychonaut

I collect some goofy instruments so i might be able to help ya out. I'm not to sure what music level you are at so I will just throw a bunch at ya. I'll keep them travel sized

Mbira - Fun little metal finger pianos.

Harmonica - Portable pocket accordion!

Melodica - Transportable Harmonica+Piano combo! Extra fun. Make some good dub Reggae tracks

Ukulele - Mini Guitar! Easier chords. Bass also available!

Merlin (M4) - Want to add a steal guitar sound and some twangyness?! Only 3 strings! Easy to learn

Native America Flute - These are absolutely beautiful while tripping. Especially the lower tones in the Tune of G. Incredible easy to learn and play. No note sounds bad. Pentatonic scale insures you will sound good no matter what. Get spiritual.

Ocarina - From Ancient Mexico. Like a small flute Similar to Native American Flute but look extra bad ass while you play it. Have people be like "wwaaahhh this dude playing a small wooden frog!"

Setar - The Persian cousin of the Sitar. Only 3 strings. Harder to learn for lack of english sources but with enough fiddling you will sound amazing. Another Spiritual sounding instrument. Sounds similar to the Indian Sitar but way more transportable. Movable frets and different "modes" (keys) make this a little more complicated.

Cajon Drum - Also often referred to as a "BangBox Drum". All in one travel drum/seat

u/sultrystag · 2 pointsr/Scotland

I'd really recommend getting one-on-one tuition so you don't pick up bad habits/techniques. But if you're set on teaching yourself, get the College of Piping Book 1 - it not only teaches you how to play but maintenance and everything else that goes along with bagpipes. If I remember correctly, I think there's three books which gradually get more advanced. You'll be able to get it in any music shop. YouTube is also a good source for tuition as well although a lot of the people making tutorials don't have the best technique themselves. Use your own judgement there: if it sounds shite, it probably is. Find someone who sounds like they know what they're talking about.
If you can, go into a bagpipe shop to get a chanter. Being more specialist, they'll be able to help you more than a generic music shop. Get a synthetic chanter for about £30 and absolutely don't get a cheap wooden one - it will sound awful and it will be hard for you to gauge any improvement.
Biggest piece of advice I can give you though is be patient. It will be difficult and frustrating so don't try and rush ahead. Take your time to learn the embellishments and finger techniques properly and that will set you up for playing well in the future. Reading music will come with time so don't worry about that. Good luck! And if you have any more questions, feel free to ask

u/VeganMinecraft · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Oh no :( Sorry you were sick. Get some halls defense Vitamin c drops. Yummy and have worked great for me I think!!

Something that relaxes me is essentials oils in oil diffusers!! I have an orange essential oil diffusing through the room now. If I was sick I think I'd prefer something more minty.

Might not be best for the flu since you'd probably contaminate it with flu particles everywhere haha, but an instrument you can play even when you are sick because it doesn't require much effort!! Ocarina You could play some relaxing melodies even in bed!. Just sanitize it after your flu! I personally think the zelda songs are gorgeous and I already play them on the piano for fun. Zelda's lullaby is one relaxing song! :)

u/Qu33n0f1c3 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

So my word was time.

This was the result, but just one above it was this which would have been so much cooler =P

u/CFWhitman · 2 pointsr/Ocarina

I wouldn't really recommend starting out with a soprano C anyway, unless you were desperate to spend less money. Here is the alto version from Amazon. I'm not sure if that will help you out.

Osawa Alto C ocarina

With a little looking you could find the soprano one on Amazon as well.

Amazon also has the Night by Noble

Night by Noble

You can also buy the Focalink/Stein ocarinas from Songbird Ocarina if that will help with shipping.

The single chamber plastic ocarinas from STL Ocarina are also some of the cheapest decent twelve hole ocarinas you can get.

I don't know how shipping from these various US ocarina stores will work out for you.

u/Wings144 · 2 pointsr/povertyfinance

It did feel heavy handed, at first, but I get it man. That’s why I responded in a dickish way, at first, so I apologize for that. Here is the amazon link if you want to get that ocarina. Even if you don’t want to learn to play it, it’s just kind of a neat memorabilia thing to have. Ocarina of time is probably my favorite game of all time :)Ocarina Link

u/MostlyWary · 2 pointsr/AskReddit
u/Gaming_Gal · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Are you wearing the Pegasus Boots? Because you've been running though my mind all day. Link has twinkle toes giggle I think this Is super awesome.

u/notaguyinahat · 2 pointsr/gaming

You can buy very nice ones on Amazon for less than 20$. Ceramic and everything. There's like a bunch of different versions and makers and they all come with song books

u/thefeint · 2 pointsr/Pathfinder_RPG

Worst-case scenario, you have to design & wear one of these things, adapted for your horn. Boom, stick your head forward and blow your horn while holding your banner.

u/dragontamer5788 · 1 pointr/harmonica

> which harmonica should I get first

Anything over $40 should be good.

Common recommendations are the Special 20. I personally started on a Hohner Marine Band Classic. I've had good luck with both the Seydel Session Steel and the Suzuki Manji.

Get a C harmonica. All the beginner books are assumed to be in C. And again, spend at least $40. Everything below that price is crap.

u/SymphonyOfInsanity · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

BEHOLD!! [THE KAZOOBONE!!!](The Kazoo Company 201 Metal Trombone Kazoo

u/kizburger · 1 pointr/tf2

Got it from Amazon Indeed I am, I mainly play guitar

u/GalacticCow · 1 pointr/CasualAskreddit

There are a bunch of cool budget instruments out there you might want to look into.

A melodica can go for as little as 30 bucks on amazon. It's the instrument that plays The Office theme -- it plays like a keyboard, that you blow into, works like a harmonica and sounds sort of like an accordion. It's really awesome.

You could also just get a harmonica. Choose between a blues harmonica an a chromatic -- blues can only play the notes in a blues scale (for jazz), while chromatic is a little more versatile but harder to play.

For 70 bucks or so you could get a pocket sax. It's a little mini saxophone that sounds like a soprano sax mixed with a clarinet, and plays like a recorder.

If you want to get a brass instrument you could get a pocket trumpet to start. 150 dollars or more, basically a little trumpet with keys and everything.

Of course, if you're not afraid to spend somewhere more in the hundreds, you could get a secondhand version of almost any instrument. Check local garage sales or craigslist for used brass, woodwind, percussion, etc. instruments.

Online you can also find cool instruments for cheap. A cheap sax might cost only a few hundred dollars.

A general rule of thumb is "the bigger it is, the more expensive." So a baritone saxophone or a tuba will be super-expensive, while a pocket sax is cheap as dirt.

u/Yeargdribble · 1 pointr/gaming

The problem is, virtually all of those are unusably out out of tune. The best cheap one I've run across is this one. It's not a OoT replica, but it's inexpensive, has fantastic intonation, feels good and grippy in the hand, has a great tone, and is going to be a little more resilient than a ceramic for someone who might not treat the instrument so gingerly.

u/BigRonnieRon · 1 pointr/Irishmusic

You're new to playing it, yeah? In which case, get what I list or other reputable brands (which I also list) in the same price range. If you really get into it, you can look at more expensive super-deluxe models later.

Just get a Clarke D whistle, they're @$10-15

Clarke's what I play on, they play fine. Any D whistle made by a reputable manufacturer (Generation, Feadog, etc) will do, though. Some play a bit easier than others though and you may find you have a preference.

Get the Clarke book too @$15

There's also the Geraldine Cotter books and a few others which are quite good, but if it's just the one, I'd just get the Clarke, it's fine.

u/Black-Rabbit · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Well i must have the Ocarina of Time because i absolutely love The Legend Of Zelda. That or the PSP
I made my username Black-Rabbit because i like rabbits and it's like the opossite of Alice in Wonderlan's White Rabbit, so mine is calm and in no hurry. like me.

u/weatherseed · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
u/stuwildheart · 1 pointr/bagpipes

Most people would recommend starting out with an instructor. I guess it saves you from learning too many bad habits when you try to start learning by yourself. However, if you want to give it a go I'd recommend this book. I'm sure using it in conjunction with an instructor wouldn't do much harm either.

Not to be all negative and shit, but I wouldn't expect too much from that chanter you bought. Generally any bagpipe-related stuff made in Pakistan is of poor quality. Then again, I've never tried a Pakistani practice chanter, it might tide you over okay for a little while. I'm sure you'd have a much nicer learning experience with a chanter by a reputable maker though. You can get one bundled along with that book I recommended here.

Hope you stick with it and enjoy the ride. :)

u/1Avion1 · 1 pointr/zelda

That's a different ocarina. This is the one I bought, and it got good reviews.

u/cermomen · 1 pointr/Wishlist

Fully working Ocarina is my vote!!!

u/Johnjsplanet · 1 pointr/harmonica

I started with a special 20 but eventually switched to all Marine Band. When you want to branch out to other keys I suggest this kit. These are not good harmonicas but they are great for learning and you can just slowly replace them over time. I even still use the case.

u/marcellorvalle · 1 pointr/Ocarina

I must say that Night by Noble seems to be very interesting. I am reading about it and can only find positive comments. I will calm down before moving to more advanced stuff :p

Is there any site (except Amazon) where I can purchase it?

PS.: I am excluding Amazon because we have a weird tax policy here in Brazil. Taxes are huge but products below $100 are not taxed. Amazon always consider an importing fee even if the price is below $100.

For example, this ocarina:

Will cost for me $81.60 => 33.50+ 8.32(ship) + 39.72(estimated import fee)

Such a pain!

u/modubator · 1 pointr/synthesizers

Kazoobie HUMMbucker Electric Kazoo (colors may vary)

u/bigbiltong · 1 pointr/Ocarina

I noticed on a few of the amazon ocarinas there's a guy that's posted mini-review videos in the comment sections. He really liked the Noble.. I'm just iffy about spending $30 on a piece of plastic (or 25 on the bravura). Did you look at the noble one too?

u/TheSmellOfPurple · 1 pointr/teenagers

Oh yeah, baby. It was much cheaper when I bought it though.

Edit: The link isn't going through on my side so I'll just put it here:

Kazoobie HUMMbucker Electric Kazoo (colors may vary)

Edit 2: I realized that I messed up the formatting

u/Shortelle · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Probably the same one you found but here you go

I shall continue looking for the other instruments you mentioned.

Edit: Ukuleles: one



There are a lot more. Those are just a few and admittedly I know nothing about ukuleles so I don't know if that's what you're looking for. Be back in a bit with harmonicas. I'm having fun!

Edit 2: Here are a few harmonicas that are not G key.




I hope this helps. The only instruments I'm knowledgeable about are pianos and guitars so take my recommendations with a grain of salt!

u/NotNinjalord5 · 1 pointr/Ocarina

Is this it? It's the only one that I can find like it on Amazon.

12 Hole Plastic Tenor Ocarina with Zelda Songbook

u/Vulpyne · 1 pointr/tinwhistle

I'd second that recommendation for the Clarke. I have a Clarke Celtic whistle (which is just like a sweetone, I believe). It's a super-cheap whistle. Mine cost 11USD.

I've collected quite a few whistles, and out of all of the ones I currently have, it's by far the easiest to play and sounds the best in the upper octave. I started learning with it, and I'm glad I didn't with one of the other whistles I have which are rather more finicky. I've also heard that the Feadogs are relatively hard to play, but I haven't played one personally.

If you want to look at the whistles, here are some Amazon links. I don't know if you can use it in Sweden or if the shipping would be prohibitive. The price without shipping is about $11 for both of those.


u/apcolleen · 1 pointr/pics
u/nickmcmillin · 1 pointr/harmonica

I was thinking something like this Hohner Piedmont Blues Harmonica Set:

I realize they're plastic, but I figure someone would rather have the other keys and a case, in case he already has like 5 Cs or something.

u/mratomdude · 1 pointr/gaming

If anyone has the sudden urge to buy an Ocarina here is a link to the Amazon page.

u/astral_cowboy · 1 pointr/dogs

I'm training my dog to come when using a whistle like this one. I love going outdoors with him and if the situation requires (which I sure as hell hope it doesn't), the sound of a whistle might get farther than that of my voice.

u/Rodtake · 1 pointr/zelda

Oh thank you so much for taking the time to answer! I've made my choice, to be honest I think I just want it to fool around and try to learn mainly the Zelda songs, so based on many reviews including yours, I think the best one for me would be This one, What do you think? :)

u/unicorndanceparty · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon
  1. A Joseph Gordon-Levitt poster. Because he makes me VERY hot sweaty and I would like to do things with him that would cause me to be sweaty.

  2. There is nothing better than a slip and slide to help cool down on those hot days!

  3. No picnic would be complete without a giant ant

  4. I would love to vacation in Ireland, and I would bring home the Blarney stone [Disclaimer: Real Blarey stone is too big to bring home.]

  5. A salamander! My sister and I used to go up into the woods and collect them and put them in little plastic containers and keep them as pets. I will sadly say that we were pretty cruel to the little guys...I cannot forgive myself.

  6. On the camping trip, I would bring along a didgeridoo so that we could make sweet, sweet music in the woods. Pair with a harmonic and maybe some stump drums. Camping trips are always better with music!

  7. This sweatshirt is magical. If you watch Workaholics, you will understand.

  8. I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) by the Proclaimers is an essential song to get pumped for a road trip!

  9. I guess I shouldn't have brought my katana in my carry on! You need protection against those plane hijackers though.

  10. State Farms are so fun! My favorite food at fairs are funnel cakes. MMMMMMM.

  • BONUS #1: Your have a June birthday, pearls are June's birthstone.

  • BONUS #2: I will guess that your name is Meira because that is an awesome name :)

    Thanks for hosting! This was a lot of fun! Some of the best memories are made in flip flops.
u/hankscuba · 1 pointr/funhaus
u/LeoRosaGarcia · 1 pointr/uruguay

en el foro de ocarinas me recomiendan esta, pero es de plastico :c

u/spoiled-cats · 1 pointr/IWantToLearn

Have you tried amazon ? They have quite a few selections with different shapes and made of different materials. Most seem to be alto but there were a few tenor.

u/72_Hours_Remain · 1 pointr/zelda

I have a 12 hole, it is amazing. I've been working on the Clocktown theme.
[Pic] ( I got it off Amazon for $85. here is the link [Amazon] (

u/kidkolumbo · 1 pointr/WeAreTheMusicMakers

Doesn't seem like the hohner student is made anymore? Is this it's replacement?

u/Chrmilou · 1 pointr/WeAreTheMusicMakers

Cajon (percussion)




Beginner violin

Tin Whistle


A lot of these may seem simple to play (or not "real" instruments), but proficiency in even these type of instruments is good. And as someone has already said, buying used opens up more possibilities.

u/Vape_Like_A_Boss · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

The Mi-One isn't hands free, but is tiny, on a lanyard, and to my surprise a great vape for me with higher nic salt based ejuice (I usually drip max VG, so I use higher nic in the Mi-One.)

Besides that, maybe a harmonica stand.

Not that I recommend something around your neck in manufacturing, but if you insist, this is what came to mind. You know your situtation and machinery better than I do, but in a fabrication facility, I've even seen a chick that was maybe a 6 with a nice butt cost someone their fingers in a sheet metal brake, so I always stress safety, and also ask females to down dress in the shop. For the sake of equality, I don't let the men wear skirts or highheels in the shop either.

u/mikey12345 · 1 pointr/piano

I think most every piano player should buy a cheap melodica. I grabbed one on amazon for less than $40. Yea, they're skinny unweighted plastic keys and the dynamics aren't super consistent and yea yea, but if you just pretend it's a sax and play melodies like you own them it's a decent time.

u/Courier013 · 1 pointr/Ocarina

I bought this one awhile back from amazon that sounds and looks pretty nice for a friend who wanted to get into it and not spend a lot of money at first, it’s a pretty basic 12 hole ocarina,

Unfortunately quality control on Amazon is shotty at best, but if you’re cool with buying from other places online, stlocarina and songbird ocarina are great shops to buy from with a really big variety in a range of prices.

u/bio_friendly_jew · 1 pointr/Ocarina

I got the "Forest Whisper" 12 Hole Ocarina Classic Strawfire Masterpiece Collectible

u/Appa_YipYip · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Imladris! This is so generous of you! Thanks for the contest! Here's some Zelda ocarina/sheet music!

u/MarineClimateLover · 1 pointr/harmonica

I'm not as sensitive to price as I am getting a quality harp this time. So anything up to $100 is acceptable.

Is this the Seydal you're referring to: Seydel Blues Session Steel? What's with the orange comb? Looks kinda funky.

u/cupcakegiraffe · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I loved this Valentine and gave it this year. ;P

I also found this one and it made me smirk. "I think I need a Parlyz Heal, 'cause you're stunning."

I have always wanted to learn to play the ocarina! Link has twinkle toes!

Thanks for the contest!

Edit: Oops! Forgot the link!

u/mondomaniatrics · 1 pointr/gaming
u/Ynotdat · 1 pointr/Ocarina
u/aliengem · 1 pointr/randomactsofamazon

This is one of my most favorite pastimes haha!

Hohner Special 20 harmonica in C
[Set of harmonicas in different keys] (
Harmonica book
(I really want to learn, half the reeds are busted up on my current one)

PowerSaves for Pokemon
Cigarette case
Window crystal thingies (blue and clear)

u/hearforthepuns · 1 pointr/WeAreTheMusicMakers

I think one of these could be adapted to the task. Singing as well might be kind of tricky though.

u/uigfnbxs · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Link has twinkle toes

I'd better buy a bigger bag, because you are the BOMB!

Edit: Forgot the Zelda item. Oops. An Ocarina

u/apackofmonkeys · 0 pointsr/news

>You would be hard pressed to fill a week of entertainment

Why is being entertained seemingly the paramount goal? There are plenty of constructive things to do with one's time that are still relaxing and actually make things better for yourself or others. Some are cheap, many are free, or have a one-time cost that's within that $20 budget.

Volunteer at one of a myriad of charities.


Go to a library and read some books. They're free. Save that entertainment money for a project that requires a little money.

Buy a used bike that needs a little work with a couple weeks' of "entertainment" money and work on it to get it into shape over the next few weeks. Borrow tools if you need them (I lived in the 12th poorest county in the country and everyone still had tools they were offering to you if you needed to borrow them. It was actually weird; I think that it was a matter of hospitality-- that tools are the only thing they can offer you without a great loss to themselves.) Go to the library and use their free resources to learn how the bike works and how to repair parts. Now you have a bike and can bike for fun.

Buy a $15 knife and launch a woodworking hobby.

Buy a $10 irish whistle and learn to play an instrument.

I've done all of these at one time or another, and I'm not even poor anymore. This is not an exhaustive list. There's 100s of other things one can do for free or cheap.

u/Jrose152 · 0 pointsr/videos

I personally own an airboard37 but if you don't want to shell out the 100$ for the fancy paint job and carying case(which I am so glad I did) you can get a performer 37 for 60$. I can vouch that the airboard has awesome action and the special mouthpiece it comes with is really convenient vs the normal tube style the performer 37 uses. I have my airboard 37 for festivals and camp jams and it's one of my favorite instruments. I'm going to subscribe to your youtube on the off chance you actually end up buying one.