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What musical instrument can i play with one hand ?

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    What musical instrument can i play with one hand ?
    Off the top of my head the harmonica might fit the bill. Some might not see it as a "serious" instrument, but it's cheap, relatively easy to learn, and lends itself to a variety of musical genres and styles.

    My left hand is stiff and fingers curl in cannot do chords.
    Ditto. When my son was taking guitar lessons I dabbled with the idea of restringing a guitar backwards and learning to play with my right hand as my fret hand like Jimmy Hendrix played, but never followed through.
    59M / RRMS / Dx1987 / Ocrevus

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      [QUOTE=gellexi;1526766, I do know what a theremin is. Think Good Vibrations and The Twilight Zone. You mentioned a couple of other instruments in your posts that I have never heard of. I'll look into them. Thank you for your help, Brad.[/QUOTE]

      "Over the Rainbow" well played on the theremin: http://www.openculture.com/2016/09/s...-theremin.html

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