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In all other cases you should see a musical instrument, a musical interface, a sound sculpture making music, a weird musical instrument, an odd musical instrument, an experimental musical instrument.

You can also find information about builders of musical instruments or artists using some of the strangest musical instruments you can find on earth. Just browse this pages to find some of the novelty instruments and get some inspiration to make your own musical instruments or sound machines and let me know.

Guitaret
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The Guitaret is a kind of reed autoharp. It had buttons to select chords and a lever to activate the plectrum mechanism, and was intended to replace the rhythm guitar in dance bands. A similar mechanism applied to a conventional piano keyboard produced the Cembalet.(from \"cembalo\", the Italian word for harpsichord).

(from: http://members.lycos.co.uk/karenlbeck/vkmag/issue3/html/orher_eps.html)


Guitaret
Germany
Germany
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Ernst Zacharias
Ernst Zacharias
musician and engineer that worked for Hohner
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