"A 20-foot long playable horn, built of leather"

Bored of downloading free VST instruments? Sick of analog synths and 909 kick drums? So visit http://www.oddmusic.com/ and visit the gallery of experimental and vintage musical instruments (complete with sound samples in slightly annoying .m3u format). Look out for the Stalacpipe Organ, which uses electrically-powered hammers to play 3 1/2 acres of stalagtites in a cave and the 9-foot long Harmonic Guitars. But the sound I really want someone to make a brilliant record with is the Bazantar, a five-string double bass, with 33 extra sitar-style strings. It's a bit like a bass sitar, and would sound great on a Basement Jaxx record. Still, there's always someone to spoil the party, and this time it's the Trimeister. There's really no need for that kind of thing.

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Mark Deutsch has done a cd with his creation, the bazantar. I've seen references on the web to his cd, but it's always out of stock. He played at a party in Berkeley at a friend's house. I'm checking to see if they can have him get the cds out!! Bruce Tutcher brucetutch@sbcglobal.net
Mark's album is available from his website http://www.bazantar.com It can also be purchased at iTunes and many other download sites.
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