A musical instrument is an instrument that was created for the purpose of making musical sounds. Instruments can be divided into percussion which includes drums and pianos, wind which includes clarinets and flutes, stringed which includes guitars and violins, and electronic which includes the synthesizer and keyboard. Although there are many more instruments, the most popular to play are the piano, guitar, and drums.
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