How to make mouth organ from old markers

Step 1: What You Need

minimum 8 markers

2 stick


Step 2: Cut Markers


Step 3: Close


Step 4: Cut Markers

every next marker cut 7mm more

Step 5: Tie

tie all markers together

Step 6: First Stick


Step 7: Finish

how this work, see video. Good Luck
ypu can also make 'em out of used tampons(the plastic kind)
eww wtf wrong with you
I&nbsp;doubt they meant <em>used</em> tampons lol...<br />
XD, i thought there was a lot of commotion from what i meant to say, i meant to say the tube part without the tampon, not a used one..ahahaha, i was wondering why everyone was so freaked out&nbsp;
The plastic part probably won't be a great thing to use though because that's the &quot;applicator.&quot;
wtf is so normal with you?
gross, your sick as hell. why would you even say that.
i agree, we all could have gone without knowing that.
Probably because it's related to this Instructable. Hah.
not rlly, well, if there not used i dont see any problem with that.....
they are called pan pipes b.t.w.
Or actually pan flute. But anyways the sound of that was much better than I'd except from those markers. Great!
i just made one from old BIC pens
what is the yellow and black thing?
What do you close up the marker with ? Doesn't look like you put the top back on, right ? awesome idea ! Want to make it for my grandson !
..........what the............. This iis different.
I used one and cut it little y little to get the right note, and use it to tune my guitar and sax
Techinically a mouth organ is a harmonica. Just saying.
well, it's both, though you see this kind of instrument called pan pipes more often than a mouth organ.
nice video!
Its also called a pan flute which is wat its normally called
Very nice! I don't think the lengths are right though.
Very nice, but lack to sharpen it. 7 mm are not the same for all the tubes.
Heh - cute idea. And very colorful as well. :-)<br/><br/>Note that for a more correct tuning, you wouldn't just add a fixed length to each pipe. Instead, the pipes should follow a <a rel="nofollow" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geometric_progression">geometric</a> (aka exponential) progression. Each octave has pipes that are *half* as long as the previous octave. So if you started with a 20cm long marker for the lowest note, the note that is exactly one octave above that lowest note would require a 10 cm long pipe. The octave above that would require a 5cm long pipe, etc...<br/><br/>By the way, this is strictly speaking not a mouth organ, but a <a rel="nofollow" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pan_flute">pan flute</a>, named after Pan, the Greek god of shepherds (and... other things ;-)<br/><br/>A <a rel="nofollow" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mouth_organ">mouth organ</a> (other than being a term for a harmonica) is an asian reed instruments, with a central air cavity, connected to a bunch of pipes played with the fingers - wonderful sound! Here are some examples:<br/><br/>

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