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Funkodrom
07-02-2002, 09:25:39
To construct a Keytar you will need. 1 keyboard with a slightly curved key surface and a selection of different sized and weights of rubber bands.

Stretch rubber bands around the right and left hand ends of the keyboard (parallel to the direction of your arms).

Twang rubber bands. To tune adjust the size and weight of rubber bands until you have a nicely tuned 2 string keytar.

Move your thumb up and down the rubber band to choose different notes and twang with your first finger.

Enjoy the looks of annoyance on your cowies faces.

Funkodrom
07-02-2002, 09:55:41
I can play Temple of Evil on my Keytar. :bounce:

King_Ghidra
07-02-2002, 11:42:24
i can play 'party on your pussy' on my banjo string

Snapcase
07-02-2002, 14:00:20
I've got a crappy piece of Creative Labs software called "Keytar". Does that count?

Vincent Fandango
07-02-2002, 14:02:38
That thingy, of course! Horrible.

Funkodrom
07-02-2002, 14:33:57
No, I've never heard of it.

Guy
07-02-2002, 14:37:44
Don't forget the "touch-tone xylophone". This is where you dial up someone you know at work and then try to play Peter Gunn or Mary had a Little Lamb on your phone keypad.

Funkodrom
07-02-2002, 14:38:28
Oooh... that's two instruments now.

Venom
10-02-2002, 18:28:34
Originally posted by MikeH
I can play Temple of Evil on my Keytar. :bounce:

That's more than you can play on your regular guitar, right?

Vincent Fandango
10-02-2002, 18:33:06
He plays the hissing noises

Funkodrom
11-02-2002, 09:29:49
Those hissing noises are hard to achieve.

Vincent Fandango
11-02-2002, 10:25:28
It was a typo. Strange, there's some distance between the h and p keys

Funkodrom
11-02-2002, 10:35:42
If you can miss keys by that far it explains some of the keyboard playing on that Unholy cover. ;)