Funny Instruments

Funny Instruments

51. Jew's Harp

It only sounds racist...

Added by pianomaster42 on May 31, 2008| 4 Comments | You Like This |

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52. Sackbutt

The Renaissance/Baroque predecessor of the trombone. See also Music.

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53. Glockenspiel

More fun to say than to play.

Added by a Guest on March 24, 2008| 4 Comments | You Like This |

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54. Pan Flute Shop

Instrument of choice for sprites, satyrs, and kids in college who wear shorts throughout the winter. See also Ancient.

Added by pianomaster42 on March 2, 2008| Comment | You Like This |

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55. Shakuhachi

A small Japanese flute with a nickname meaning penis... I could go on, but I won't. See also Asian.

Added by a Guest on February 28, 2008| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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56. The Ass-Trumpet

Holding a megaphone up to a fart. It's a real head-turner. See also Flatulence.

Added by a Guest on September 4, 2007| 6 Comments | You Like This |

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57. Hurdy Gurdy

Immortalized by Donovan in 1967. Most Russian hurdy gurdy performers were purged by Stalin in the 1930's. See also 60's, Music.

Added by Dave on June 14, 2007| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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58. Accordion Shop

Played by pirates worldwide.

Added by a Guest on June 11, 2007| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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59. Kazoo Shop

The kazoo is played professionally in jug bands and comedy music, and by amateurs everywhere. See also Nerds.

Added by Sheri on January 7, 2007| Comment | You Like This |

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60. Saxsamaphone

Instrument that Lisa Simpson plays as pronounced by Homer. See also Simpsons.

Added by a Guest on December 21, 2006| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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