What instrument it the most fedora? My vote is the theremin.
ukulele, acoustic guitar or violin (because of lindsay starling)
it means "thing i don't like". metal? fedora. rap? fedora. hindustani classical? oh boy you're tippin that fedora like nobody's business
This is akchully the correct answer. It's not exclusvely fedoran but it is quantitively the most fedoran.
If you mean an exclusively fedoran instrument my vote is for melodion/melodica.
Fedora is a certain type of kitsch. Usually it's self-importance accompanied by a total lack of self-awareness. That being said yeah it's a diluted as shit word.
It's not the fedora on your head, you know? It's the trilby in your heart.
Yes. Applied to instruments it can be applied to the ones usually played by this kind of people for the sake of seeming intellectuals/conocieurs of exotic music or cool people.
Non western instruments shouldn't be considered fedora by themselves.
Good examples ITT are
And this >>51714835
Also the Laser Harp
Shit that people play bc they want to seem interesting.
The theremin is great on pic related.
I think what makes a fedora thing a fedora thing is that everything is sort of a novelty t-shirt. It's not really a genuine enjoyment of anything but kind of this weird superficial "haha" thing. Like if you don't care about fashion, you tend to like novelty t-shirts. It's this weird superficial enjoyment/misuse of something.
It's music, or clothes, or whatever where taste just isn't a factor. Like they dress like grandpas because they conflate dressing up with dressing well. It's like they're doing it without really understanding/feeling it.
I don't really know how to describe it without sounding super fucking airy but I think you get what I mean