Both the saxaphone and clairenet are easy to learn. Just get the horn and a learning book From a music store
Hmmm...harmonica, drums...that's it I think.
How about the recorder??
guitar is probably the easiest. or maybe harmonica
I would say harmonica or guitar, depending on how ambitious you want to be. Neither require musical knowledge in order to play, though guitar hurts your fingers a little and is kind of difficult. Harmonica might give you more headaches though.
Guitar (steel-string acoustic) is the easiest among the strings, clarinet among the winds/brass. Drums are easy for some people; it depends on how coordinated you are. Harmonica is also very easy, but you'd only want to play it if you like blues a lot.
The hardest, in case you're wondering, I'd say are violin, cello, trumpet, and piano.
Drums are probably the easiest since its mostly rhythm. But it takes coordination.
There's a lot of books on guitar and piano so those would probably be a good second best.
The wind instruments require specialized techniques for breathing and making the right shapes with your mouth to play.
Trumpet, for example, requires 'buzzing' where you purse your lips together and use air to virbate them together. It's best if you learn the proper ways to do that with an instructor guiding you.
Trumpet requires you to change the opening to change pitches (since you only have 3 keys to work with). So unless you're working with a group, or have a good ear, you could be off pitch, significantly and not know it (Like low C, G, C, E, G all share the same 'open' fingering).
The Boys and Girls Clubs sometimes have music programs where you might be able to learn an instrument that way. That might be a low cost option too.
Music is fun - so I don't want to discourage you from giving it a shot. Good luck
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