Funny Instruments

Funny Instruments

11. Tuvan Throat Singing

A form of overtone singing done in parts of Siberia. Sounds like a human didgeridoo.

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12. Ukuleles

Amirite folks?

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13. Clarinet

More like Clari-not. I hate playing it so much.

Added by crazeemaisee on January 10, 2016| 6 Comments | You Like This |

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14. Mahler Hammer

The name given to the instrument in Mahler's Sixth Symphony described by Mahler as meant to be "brief and mighty, but dull in resonance and with a non-metallic character (like the fall of an axe)" ... basically a big wooden hammer hit against a big wooden platform.

Added by danalynn4thwin on November 3, 2015| Comment | You Like This |

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15. Electric Violin Shop

Why not? See also Unnecessary.

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16. Double Neck Guitars Shop

For expert guitar players only. See also 70's, 80's, Music.

Added by LlamaKing on June 9, 2015| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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17. French Horns Shop

They collect so much saliva that you have to take them apart to empty it out. See also Annoying.

Added by RandomActsOfSarcasm on June 7, 2015| 10 Comments | You Like This |

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18. Otamatone Shop

Best. Instrument. Ever. See also Japanese.

Added by a Guest on October 10, 2014| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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19. Drumbone

Used by the Blue Man Group. Essentially a twisty PVC pipe that slides like a trombone and is played by hitting it with sticks.

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20. Mellophone

A trumpet on steroids or a baritone that needs a workout? Or maybe just the French horn's American cousin?

Added by a Guest on April 13, 2014| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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