Musical Instrument From Trash

Introduction: Musical Instrument From Trash

About: I make electronic art and craft projects! I aspire to become a mechanical engineer.

LOCATION. Banjarapalya DEFY.

MAKER.Naveen d.

MATERIALS.

1.Bucket with cap.

2.Bottle.

3.some metal.

4.cord board box.

5.thread.

TOOL.

1.Screw.

2.Screw driver.

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Step 1: Fixing the Metal to Bucket

1.Take the bucket first and make a hole on the bucket using the driller.

2.Take the metal and keep over the hole and fix it using the screw.

Step 2: Fixing the Bottle to the Bucket

1.Make one more hole and take the bottle,remove the cop and make a hole on the cap,fix the cap to the bucket using the screw after put bottle to the cap.

Step 3: Fixing the Cord Board Box to the Bucket

1.Take one cord board box and make a hole on that box,after make one more hole on the bucket and fix the box to the bucket using the screw.

Step 4: Fixing the Thread to the Bucket

1.After fixing the all materials to the bucket,make two hole upper part of the bucket and fix the screw to the bucket and tie the thread to the bucket as shown in the image.

Step 5: Stick

1.Take the bamboo stick to make a music,this complete your project and you can make your own music from this instrument.

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    5 Discussions

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    Fisherman2667
    Fisherman2667

    4 years ago

    Very creative, thank you for posting. Keep it coming.

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    Naveendddd
    Naveendddd

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you.I can make my own music on this project.

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    Treker2
    Treker2

    4 years ago

    Great intractable, it has a lot to do with survival contrary to corgicritter's comment. Knowing how to use the materials around you to create something is a valuable skill.