bagpipes

Bagpipes

Use a One-handed Chanter.

Euphonium

Baritone / Tenor Horn / Euphonium

Use a floor stand and have the lead pipe (attached to the mouth piece) moved to the other side of the instrument.

One handed clarinet

Clarinet

Use a left-hand only instrument with a support stand.

Chapman Stick

Electric Guitar / Bass Guitar

Use a Chapman Stick one-handed to create an electric guitar/bass guitar sound using a ‘hammer on‘ technique. Or attach a plectrum like Tony Memmel.

One handed flute

Flute

Use a left-hand only instrument with a support stand.

Range of one handed descant recorders

Recorder

Use a left-handed instrument.

saxophone

Saxophone

Use a left-hand only instrument with a support stand.

trombone floor stand

Trombone

Use a floor stand and turn the instrument over to bring the slide to the left-hand side.

trumpet floor stand

Trumpet / Cornet

Use a floor stand and move the finger hook to the left side of the instrument.

ukulele

Ukulele

Strings are plucked with digit(s) on one hand and the note(s) selected with the other. A Strum Buddy allows a ukulele to be played with one hand or an Artiphon Instrument 1 can be used in ‘Tap’ mode so that the finger that selects the pitch of the note also triggers the sound.

artiphon instrument 1

Violin / Viola

Use an Artiphon Instrument 1 in ‘Tap’ mode to emulate the sound and tuning of these and other instruments.

Why not something else?

Here are some ideas on other instruments you could try.