#1
can it be played in any key? and is it up to your own voice to make it in key?
is that how it works? or is it just a buzzing sound only?

thanks
#2
Depends what kind of tone you want, man. What kind of music are you going to play? What kind of amp are you running it through?
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#4
>serious
>kazoo

u wot m8?
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#5
It can only be played in the key of MASS MURDER INDUCINGLY ANNOYING major.
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#9
All you need to know is that you hum through a kazoo. So if you can hum it, you can play it on a kazoo.


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#10
the kazoo can be quite a tricky instrument to master, but I have to say, it is worth it. At first you'll have some problems getting all the natural harmonics of the fundamental frequency you want to play, seeing that it takes a lot of technique to do so, but after 5 years of exhausting practice, you'll get it. I have been playing the kazoo exclusively for the past 20 years and I still can't play most of the modes with all the perfection that I desire. I also advise you to inform yourself about all the equipment you need. I currently play my kazoo through a super cardioid microphone (won't say brands btw, not a big fan of free advertisement), going into a modded Marshall from the 70's, just to get those impair harmonics that we all love, micing that amp, passing the signal through my computer, running an unique DAW, made just for myself with the best digital effects one can have, and then getting it into an audio interface to boost up the signal. I then run it through another computer used just for recording (I use two computers, don't want to overload the processor, i'm taking no risks here). Then, through the out of the audio interface I run it into a old modded vox, and i'm telling you, sweetest sound ever. Took me a big journey to get it, but hearing the kazoo like I do, tell me it's all worth it. Good luck with your journey my fellow musician


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#11
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All you need to know is that you hum through a kazoo.


Unlikely, seeing how you hum through your nose and not your mouth.
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#12
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Unlikely, seeing how you hum through your nose and not your mouth.


>Hold your nose closed and open your mouth.
> Realize it's possible to hum through your mouth

Humming comes from your vocal chords. You need airflow, whether it's from nose or mouth.
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>Hold your nose closed and open your mouth.
> Realize it's possible to hum through your mouth

Humming comes from your vocal chords. You need airflow, whether it's from nose or mouth.


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>Hold your nose closed and open your mouth.
> Realize it's possible to hum through your mouth

Humming comes from your vocal chords. You need airflow, whether it's from nose or mouth.


Shit, I had literally never tried that before. Well played, sir.

It doesn't make the 'hmm' sound, though >.>
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Depends what kind of tone you want, man. What kind of music are you going to play? What kind of amp are you running it through?

would go through a mic, then through a p.a.
the tone would be so long as it's in key, to do a kazoo solo over rhythm guitar and bass for rock music.
#19
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All you need to know is that you hum through a kazoo. So if you can hum it, you can play it on a kazoo.


I think Im the only one who is going to answer you.


but the key. the key!

you might be right about the second part.
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Do you really expect a serious answer from the pit? Especially when it comes to answering a ******ed question in the first place?

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yes i do expect. i found out after that music stores sell them.
#21
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Best Kazoo work ever.


i found Eric Clapton's band plays kazoo's in the San Francisco Bay blues song.
you're blind melon song video was cool too.

i guess my question is answered now

thanks all.

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