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    Quote Originally Posted by TCK View Post
    That is quite possibly the raddest video ever made. Final Countdown with Kazoo has been done (Toy Dolls), but toy piano/Uke...never. I am in awe.
    Agreed. Number 1 on my Interweb Ukulele Awesomeness list
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mandarb View Post
    Is this the video your are talking about.... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAg5KjnAhuU ??
    Such a very amazing link!
    Thanks you for the post.

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    Totally amazing...and he pulled it off rather well, I'd say ...even the second one even better..Bohemian Rhapody
    Last edited by mm stan; 09-06-2010 at 11:24 PM.

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    I've designed a kazoo holder that's for sale in the classifieds. If you've ever wanted to play the kazoo and ukuele, guitar or banjo at the same time but couldn't figure out how, have I got the answer for you.

    Includes a harmonica holder modified to hold a kazoo, and a quality metal kazoo. How does it sound, you say?? Check out this You Tube clip of me, my '25 Washburn plectrum and my kazoo doing "Louisiana Fairy Tale":
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=02y01...x=1&playnext=5
    This is guaranteed to make you the hit of your next jam session! I have 5 of these for sale, and I'm sure (or at least really hope!) they'll go fast.
    $30 + $5 shipping in a large padded envelope wrapped in bubble wrap. Paypal and checks OK
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    I wrote up instructions for the DIY holder I use in my blog post Busker Engineering 101. Cheap (I spent around $4) and it's way easier to put on and take off--especially if you wear a hat--than a harp rack.
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    http://amzn.com/B002GI55PY

    I've been wanting a clip as well. I'm very interested in this "Kazoobie" electric kazoo. Sounds fun. I will look into the cigar holder as well as that may be the solution. Thanks for the post.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howlin Hobbit View Post
    I wrote up instructions for the DIY holder I use in my blog post Busker Engineering 101.
    Great information there, thanks!
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    I saw this the other day...pretty tempted...



    Apparently the keys spring up and down but don't affect the tone. Just a regular kazoo shaped like a trumpet.

    They also make a kazoo trombone...the slide slides in and out but doesn't affect the tone...

    Last edited by Nuprin; 02-15-2011 at 01:49 PM.

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    why not just use a twisted up coathanger? no tape, no rubbers or rubber bands. Costs you zero and works like a charm!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cWBamQfbVak

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    Quote Originally Posted by eugene ukulele View Post
    why not just use a twisted up coathanger?
    because if you play out a lot--for instance, busking like me--you spend a lot of time re-bending the thing into shape.
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