I know it's a really random question but I'm learning to play the Ukulele and Guitar right now and I gotta say the guitar is very hard but I will not give up and I'm making progress with the Ukulele too and I'm just curious as to what instrument listed above you think is the hardest to learn?
I play the piano, ukulele & violin. I took many years of piano & I had no lessons for the ukulele or violin. I almost want to say in the long run, piano is harder because you can do so much. Violin was hard to pick up but once I got the hang of it, it was a breeze for me from there. Ukulele was easiest, by far. I tried the guitar but I was small hands & I find it hard to do chords on my acoustic, so I gave up.
There is no right answer for this. They're all difficult at a high level. I'd say piano is unique in that it's self-accompanying and requires a greater level of coordination, especially for playing over complicated left-hand rhythms.
All instruments have their own challenges. I think stringed instruments like violin, viola, cello, double bass, are on par with woodwind and brass instruments to play WELL. Because these instruments have extra elements.
Eg, violin and guitar both require fingering and two hands. But a guitar is fretted and you aren't holding an additional piece of wood in the air unsupported. Woodwind and brass both require breathing to be spot on and mouth position.
Just my thoughts. I play violin, piano, guitar, bass, ukelele and sing.
Saxophone, it's my favorite instrument. If I hear a street performer with one, I always tip.
Piano isn't very difficult as long as you have long fingers (which I don't). Clarinet is actually really simple. Flute is pretty hard for me but I've barely touched a flute. Drums are easy for virtuoso people but if you're not very virtuoso then you'll probably struggle a bit. To be honest I know almost nothing about the Ukulele or the Guitar but my friend says they're both easy for her so I don't know.
I picked violin just because most people I know who play the violin really struggle with it.