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Jim Miller and Fred Meyer have invented a hat, using turkey basters and birthday party noisemakers, that serves as musical accompaniment while helping “harmonically impaired musicians” trying to follow along. Honey, take note … I’m officially the “chord hat” to my Christmas list:

(if you can’t see the video, click here, thanks to engadget for the link)

My first thought after seeing this was: “why stop with 3 turkey basters, why not cover the full scale?” Apparently they were thinking the same thing when they invented the more dynamic “pipe hat”:

(if you can’t see the video, click here)

Sure, the music is of rather dubious quality … but so is half the stuff on the radio. I think aging teen musicians should wear these in concert to help their slipping popularity. Who wouldn’t pay $50 to see Hillary Duff strutting her stuff with a dozen turkey basters onstage?

7 Responses to “Convert Your Old Turkey Basters into Musical Instruments”

  1. on 05 Apr 2007 at 3:07 am Freelance Cynic

    Hilliary Duff and turkey basters…..

  2. on 05 Apr 2007 at 5:05 am Antik

    Folklore is beyond comparison :)

  3. on 05 Apr 2007 at 10:07 am Anthony

    LOL… I liked the second one. I always like when someone creatively produces …. uh…. well… i guess we could call it music :)

    The Insane Membrane

  4. on 05 Apr 2007 at 12:06 pm Diesel

    Will the discovery of new uses for turkey basters never end?

  5. on 05 Apr 2007 at 6:55 pm Robin

    Ahhh…to be in the south and have nothing to do.

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  7. on 21 Apr 2007 at 3:28 am Sean

    Hey, that second one is whiskey in a jar, an old irish tune redone by thin lizzy and metallica

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