Playing the ney with other musical instruments can have many advantages.

Here are some of the benefits of playing the ney in an ensemble:

1.      Expanded musical repertoire: Playing the ney with other instruments allows you to play a wider range of music. For example, you can play classical Arabic music with an oud, qanun, and tabla, or jazz fusion with a bass guitar, drums, and keyboard. This allows you to explore different musical genres and expand your musical horizons.

2.      Harmonization: When you play the ney with other instruments, you can create harmonies and melodies that are more complex and interesting than when you play alone. This adds depth and richness to the music, and can create a more powerful emotional impact


3.      Improved rhythm: Playing with other musicians can improve your sense of rhythm and timing. When you play in an ensemble, you must be able to synchronize your playing with the other musicians, which can help you develop a more precise sense of timing and rhythm.

4.      Enhanced improvisation: Playing in an ensemble can also improve your improvisation skills. When you play with other musicians, you have to listen carefully to their playing and respond creatively. This can help you develop your improvisation skills and become a more versatile musician.

5.      Shared experience: Playing music with others is a shared experience that can be very rewarding. You can learn from each other, collaborate, and create something beautiful together. This can be a great source of motivation and inspiration, and can help you feel more connected to others.

In summary, playing the ney with other instruments can be a very rewarding experience. It allows you to explore new musical genres, create harmonies, improve your rhythm and timing, enhance your improvisation skills, and share a musical experience with others.