#3
no idea on plans, it should be fairly easy to make if you have both already.


edit- ive seen that guy so much, the video is pure win
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#4
Toy piano + ukelele neck and bridge.
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#5
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Toy piano + ukelele neck and bridge.


don't forget the kazoo
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#6
If he can't put the kazoo on himself, then he doesn't deserve to own a kazookeylele.
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#7
haha I don't know duct tape can be pretty tricky to work with
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#8
could i just buy a ukulele and saw off the neck and take off the bridge and super glue it on to the piano
#9
I personally would put more support than that for the neck. I don't know the actual numbers for the PSI that uke strings exert but I would be scared to just superglue it. maybe bolt it on from the inside like some acoustic guitar necks are or something
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#10
Yes. And yes. But if you really want to be able to play it you'd still need to make sure the intonation and action are all ok. Plus you gotta make sure the neck is on well enough to hold string tension without snapping off.
#12
I just had a deja vu about this thread...

But I still want to see someone build one!
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