Funny Instruments

Funny Instruments

1. Bass Slide Whistle

Oh, I meant trombone, sorry.

Added by a Guest on October 5, 2019| 1 Comment | You Like This |

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2. Shakers, Maracas, Beans in a Can, and Sand in a Tube

Gives the guitar player or drummer's girlfriend something to play when they are "in the band" that doesn't detract from the REAL music. Quieter than a tambourine, easier to play.

Added by MsKnowItAll on July 27, 2019| Comment | You Like This |

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3. Sax and Violins

My mom doesn't want me to be exposed to them.

Added by a Guest on March 24, 2019| 2 Comments | You Like This |

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4. Carrot Recorder

There's a YouTube video on how to hollow out a carrot and drill holes in it so you can play it as a recorder. See also Vegetables.

Added by a Guest on February 28, 2019| Comment | You Like This |

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5. Goat and Sheep Intestines Full of Blood

Inspissate it with mucus, then play it. Basically the vibes.

Added by TheDeadColdNightInTheHole on January 29, 2019| Comment | You Like This |

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6. Rattle Wheel

My hamsters use it all night. It's dreadful. See also Rodents.

Added by a Guest on January 3, 2019| 3 Comments | You Like This |

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7. Faggoto

An Italian bassoon. See also Italian.

Added by DUCKSAREHAPPINESS on December 31, 2018| Comment | You Like This |

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8. An Ugly Stick

Also known as a broomstick, tin, and a boot. Found mostly on Newfoundland. See also Canadian.

Added by a Guest on November 27, 2018| Comment | You Like This |

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9. An Empty Pringles Can and a Dream

Added by aSingleDustyLegoBrick on May 19, 2018| 10 Comments | You Like This |

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10. Beagle Bugle

What you hear all night when you get a puppy. See also Dogs.

Added by Bleh on March 18, 2018| 4 Comments | You Like This |

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