Step 1: Ocarinas I Do Not Recommend
However, i do not recommend these ocarinas for a couple of reasons
-The are made out of cheep clay that doesn't resonate well
-They have little to no tuning
however if this is the only ocarina available to you, any Ocarina is better than none at all.
Step 2: English Pendants
There is however, a downside to these ocarinas, they play a full scale on only 4-6 holes, this means that the finger combinations can be difficult and frustrating to master.
however, once you learn the finger combinations well, playing these ocarinas should be easy.
Step 3: Inlines
Step 4: Transvese (Sweet Potato)
Step 5: For Zelda Fans
However, STL does have something that Songbird Doesn't, The Rupee Ocarina! These Small Pendants are Very affordable ($10-$30) and sound pretty nice, they come in multiple colors. and they come either as a tenor or a soprano.