Musical Weapons

Contest Info

  • Started: 6/25/2008 22:00
  • Ended: 6/28/2008 23:00
  • Level: advanced
  • Entries: 40
  • Jackpot:
  • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
  • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
  • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
  • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
Musical Weapons
Contest Directions: Supreme Court gun ban ruling is expected this week. The case could settle the decades-old debate over whether the Second Amendment grants individuals the right to own firearms.
To make firearms (or any weapons) more friendly, combine any weapon and any musical instrument. Here's a good example.

Contest Info

    • Started: 6/25/2008 22:00
    • Ended: 6/28/2008 23:00
    • Level: advanced
    • Entries: 40
    • Jackpot:
    • FN Advanced 1st Place $5
    • FN Advanced 2nd Place $3
    • FN Advanced 3rd Place $2
    • FN Advanced 4th Place $1
40 pictures
  • Trumpet Handgun

    Trumpet Handgun
  • Trumpet Pistol

    Trumpet Pistol
  • Russian Banjo Weapon

    Russian Banjo Weapon
  • Flute Machine Gun

    Flute Machine Gun
  • Magnum Handgun Silencer

    Magnum Handgun Silencer
  • Guitar Lightning

    Guitar Lightning
  • Trombone Machine Gun

    Trombone Machine Gun
  • Remington R-15 Saxophone

    Remington R-15 Saxophone
  • Organ Missiles

    Organ Missiles
  • Piano Missile

    Piano Missile
  • Alphorn Cannon

    Alphorn Cannon
  • Flute Rifles

    Flute Rifles
  • Grenade Maracas

    Grenade Maracas
  • Crossbow Violin

    Crossbow Violin
  • Trumpet Flintlock Gun

    Trumpet Flintlock Gun
  • Missile Piccolo Launch

    Missile Piccolo Launch
  • Scarface Guitar Hero

    Scarface Guitar Hero
  • Alpine Horn

    Alpine Horn
  • Alpine Horn Attack

    Alpine Horn Attack
  • Violin Missile

    Violin Missile
  • Clarinet Missile

    Clarinet Missile
  • Violin Gun

    Violin Gun
  • Flute Weapon

    Flute Weapon
  • Marine with Violin

    Marine with Violin
  • Mine Gong

    Mine Gong
  • Horn Cannon

    Horn Cannon
  • Monument of Polish Soldier Playing Guitar

    Monument of Polish Soldier Playing Guitar
  • Rumba Shaker Hitman

    Rumba Shaker Hitman
  • Harp Sniper

    Harp Sniper
  • Guitar Machine Gun

    Guitar Machine Gun
  • Ancient Egyptian Harp Shooting

    Ancient Egyptian Harp Shooting
  • Grenade Maraca Soldier

    Grenade Maraca Soldier
  • Bazooka Marching Trombone

    Bazooka Marching Trombone
  • Terrorist Trombone Weapon

    Terrorist Trombone Weapon
  • Indian Orchestra

    Indian Orchestra
  • Flute Statue

    Flute Statue
  • F18 Trumpet

    F18 Trumpet
  • Musical Bombing

    Musical Bombing
  • Army Saxophone

    Army Saxophone
  • Musical Submarine

    Musical Submarine
40 image entries
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This contest is fueled by the following news: A musical instrument is usually an item, with the help of which musicians perform or improvise music or any, including non-musical unorganized sounds. Nowadays, existing common musical instruments are subdivided into several groups: fretted, bow stringed, brass wind, reed wind, wood-wind and percussion. Keyboard instruments can be put into a separate group, though, methods of sound production in them often varies. The standard scientific classification of musical instruments is the Hornbostel Sachs system. Fretted musical instruments: Balalaika, domra, oud, lyre, guitar, lute, bouzouki etc belong to fretted musical instruments. Bow-stringed musical instruments: Orchestra instruments such as violin, viola, violoncello, double bass and also viola da gamba (viol), viola d'amore, Sweden's traditional musical instrument the nyckelharpa and the Norwegian traditional violin Hardangerfele belong to the bow-stringed musical instruments category. Brass wind instruments: * Trumpet; * Cornet; * Trombone; * French horn; * Tuba; * Helicon Reed instruments: * Jew's-harp (guimbarde); * Mouth organ; * Accordion; * Button accordion; * Harmonica Wood-wind instruments: * Didgeridoo; * Trembita; * Pipe; * Duduk; * Flute; * Pan flute; * Clarinet; * Bass clarinet; * Oboe; * Bassoon; * Contra bassoon; * Salt wart; * Sheng; * And the saxophone, which has joined them (in this case, the saxophone is metallic, with a wooden reed). Percussion instruments: A family of numerous musical instruments. Percussion instruments are subdivided into 3 principal types: * With unspecified height of sound, among them are: o Instruments with a membrane: Drums, tambourines, dafs, gauche nakers, goblet drum etc; o Instruments with a self-sounding body: Triangles, plates and gongs, castanets, various little bells, shakers and maracas, wooden boxes, flexatone etc * With specific sounding height, i.e., preset to notes. Includes bells, kettle drums, certain varieties of cow bells, wood blocks, gongs etc; * Keyboard percussion instruments: xylophone, vibraphone, marimba, hand bells and other similar instruments, meant for performing separate notes and various melodies. Keyboard wind instruments: Organ, harmonium (button accordion, accordion and harmonica; nevertheless the keyboard of the last three instruments differs from each other. Keyboard percussion instruments are the celesta and harpsichord. Stringed keyboard instruments: Stringed keyboard instrument the very popular piano, existing in horizontal (grand piano) and vertical (piano) variants and also the harpsichord, virginals, spinet and clavichord. Electrical musical instruments: The development of electronics in the beginning of the 20th century attracted the development of electrical musical instruments; the first of them (termenvox) was designed in 1917. Modern sound synthesizers simulate the sounds of all known musical instruments and also every possible sound (for example, the singing of birds, the peals of thunder, the sound of a passing train etc.). More often, synthesizers are equipped with a piano type keyboard.