hi /b/, you have ten seconds to name a cooler instrument.
Pro tip : you can't
No musical skill required, play it at night around the neighborhood
deff takes skill to move the bow properly at at right angle dumbassss
That was fairly easy OP
OP, like all great Men in this world, started something greater than him, a thread that transcend Mankind.
also, here's another great instrument, pic related
Asshole has more Hangs than I have phones. I just want one, but they're not only currently discontinued, but getting one requires you to fly to Europe, have it made specially for you, and then you have to pay thousands of euro for it. PanArt needs better competitors. Anyone know of any?
It's indeed an ancient celtic war instrument.
That is creepy as shit, I always wondered how they got that sound, I wonder would it be difficult to make? Maybe strip some old chime sticks off a grandfather clock and attatch it to some sort of tin lid maybe, hm...
What does that have to do with anything? The idea is to hear different instruments, not analyze compositions and historical accuracy you dick. And yes, I do realise that. I'm an avid fan of medieval and traditional european music.
buy a broken chello or make the main part yourself, it's damn easy. just a bridge, two strings and a head. then buy two drums, and connect them to the main part with those weird springs, but I don't know where can you find them.
First time Görkem used a vacuum-tube as a neck, and cable-cords for frets.