Before learning erhu, you can first find out whether you are suitable according to your own interests, and then make a decision, so that you can learn erhu with confidence.
1. People who are born with a flawed intonation
That is to say, singing is always out of tune, not in tune, just following the feeling. Even the songs that I am very familiar with are always out of tune, but I can't hear them at all. This is the inaccuracy.
For those with poor intonation, they may be very good at other aspects, but it can only be said that it is not suitable for learning Erhu. If you like to sing, you can usually just sing and play. After all, having fun is the most important thing.
Because the erhu has only two strings and has no fixed pitch, it is completely dependent on one's own sensitivity to intonation when playing. If the intonation is not good, it is difficult to master.
2. People who are skeptical about learning erhu
Wanting to learn to play Erhu, I have too many worries, and my will to learn Erhu is not firm enough. I just want to learn and try it out first, how long I can learn it, and I don't take learning erhu seriously as a thing. For this kind of person learning erhu, once they encounter difficulties in the process of learning erhu, they will easily give up.
3. Impulsive people
I have no idea about the erhu, but I only occasionally see other people playing the erhu well, so I am eager to buy an erhu to learn. In fact, there are some people who see that other people play the erhu well, so they quickly buy one, but they don't want to learn it after a few lessons.