Top Ten Unique Musical Instruments

There are musical instruments, which looks like something interesting, or great by sound and also some of those are easy to play.

The Top Ten

1 Tibetan Singing Bowl

Tibetan singing bowl isn't plain bowl. It has an overtones, very great sound to meditate. - Mark993

2 Tabla

Tabla isn't easy to learn, but learning on this musical instruments from India is by singing of those difficult finger techniques. - Mark993

3 Didgeridoo

Didgeridoo is an Australian aboriginal musical instrument created mostly by eucalyptus. Novadays a PVC pipes are used, as replace of wood, or some plastic Didgeridoos are available too. - Mark993

4 Whirly Tube

This musical instrument produces an overtones. - Mark993

5 Steel Tongue Drum

Steel tongue drum has a many predeccessors. But, those are common: Wooden slit drum, Hang, Tambirro by Felle Vega. Also, Steel tongue drum's inventor Dennis Havlena puts a manual, how to create this musical instruments on the internet. - Mark993

6 Jew's Harp

Jew's harp (also called mouth harp) is an instrument, which has only one plectrum and sound is created by mouth and tongue. This instrument is known in various cultures by various names. - Mark993

7 Sitar

I like it a lot, especially in The Rolling Stones' Paint it Black - BigBadBeast

Sitar is an Indian musical instrument, which is best known by Rawi Shankar and some strings produces also overtones. - Mark993

8 Darbuka

This hand drum has a very great sound, It's used in oriental music. - Mark993

9 Fujara (Slovakian Overtone Flute)

Fujara is a Slovakian overtone flute, which is best known in Central Slovakia. Overtones and three holes to play, also one to blow, those are characteristics of those unique musical instrument. - Mark993


10 Mandolin

The Contenders

11 Clarinet
12 Theremin
13 Oud

This lute is very typical for oriental music. - Mark993

14 Kazoo

I ate a kazoo on my b-day.

15 Recorder
16 French Horn
17 Lute
18 Piano Piano The piano is a musical instrument played using a keyboard, which is a row of keys that the performer presses down or strikes with the fingers and thumbs of both hands.
19 Kokles
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