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Percussion Instrument Made From Old Floppy Disks

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Making pleasing noises your ears will appreciate, and looking like dinosaur bones that have been strung up together by a crafter, this is a 21st century version (or should that be 20th century?) version of the traditional kokiriko instrument.


MAKE user Edabot strung up the 34 disks with 200 washers, two bolts and four nuts to create his percussion instrument—pretty easy, and I bet some of us still have loads of the disks lying about our houses. [Make]

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-20 internets for making me thinking I was losing hearing in my right ear when using headphones to listen to this video. The Jackass has most of the sound coming out of the left channel instead of some semblance of balance.