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These 25 DIY musical instruments are perfect because not only are they inexpensive to make, but also totally playable. Jam on!

25 DIY Musical Instruments

Paper Plate Banjo Stack two heave weight paper plates and staple them together for durability. Attach a paint stick to the back and glue beads to the end as the pegs. Finally, add strings by stretching rubber bands around the stacked plates.

Gibson Earl Scruggs Golden Deluxe 5 string Banjo with custom made head. --- https://www.pinterest.com/lardyfatboy/

frettedchordophones: “ Gibson Earl Scruggs Golden Deluxe 5 string Banjo with custom made head. ” =Lardy’s Chordophone of the day - a year ago =Lardy’s Chordophone of the day - 2 years ago

*This post contains affiliate links Jar lids are something I’ve been collecting for a while, feeling sure that they would come in handy for some future repurposing craft idea (I may have…

Mini Lid Banjos

Don’t toss that lid! Try this instead: Mini Lid Banjos that use recycled jar lids as the base for a fun kids’ toy. A fun party craft for kids too!

Indulge your kids' musical fantasies with this simple banjo made from paper plates and a few well-tuned rubber bands. Making music was never this much fun!                 Make it: Stack two thick-weight paper plates and staple them together for durability. Let your kids paint the stacked plates their favorite colors and decorate them with stickers. Attach a paint stick to the back of the stacked plates and glue beads to the end as the pegs. Finally, add strings by stretching rubber bands…

Easy Crafts Made from Paper Plates, Cups & Other Dishware

Make it: Stack two thick-weight paper plates and staple them together for durability. Attach a paint stick to the back of the stacked plates and glue beads to the end as the pegs. Finally, add strings by stretching rubber bands around

Music Guitar String Art Musical Instrument Music by Craftformers

Playing The Guitar: Beginner Tips And Tricks. You may have been inspired to learn the guitar by listening to others play. The guitar is capable of stunning sounds that inspire countless other musicians

Song The Battle Of New Orleans by Johnny Horton, with lyrics for vocal performance and accompaniment chords for Ukulele, Guitar Banjo etc.

Song The Battle Of New Orleans by Johnny Horton, with lyrics for vocal performance and accompaniment chords for Ukulele, Guitar Banjo etc.

Love this poster. Wonder if it's a Crackerfarm, one of Scott Avett's, or someone else's entirely.

The Avett Brothers poster Temecula, CA 2011 by Ken Taylor

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