What are the best smallest stringed instruments?

asked by Tatenda Junior
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    #1Sega Toys Grand Pianist

    Sega Toys Grand Pianist

    The Sega Grand Pianist is the smallest piano ever created. It works as a real piano and delivers a natural sound thanks to its speaker and its 88 tiny keys. It has support for digital samples and has auto play function with 100 built-in songs.

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    Charles Estrada
    Written on March 28, 2018
    "very beautiful , i honestly love this "
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    #2The Nano-Harp

    The Nano-Harp

    The nano-harp is the smallest instrument never created. It was made by the Cornell University to show the new nanotechnology. It was carved from a single crystal of silicon and is only 150 atoms thick. The human ear is not able to hear the sound it makes.

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    Billy King
    Written on March 31, 2018
    "This sounds cool and all but an instrument that can't be heard is hard to get excited about. Interesting as far as nanotechnology goes, but other than that it's not like you can bust one out at a party."
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    #3The Nano-Guitar

    The Nano-Guitar

    The world's smallest guitar is only 10 micrometers long, the size of a single human blood cell. This guitar was made just for fun to show the new nanotechnology at the Cornell University. It actually works, but the human ear can't hear the sound it provides.

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    Martha Scott
    Written on April 19, 2018
    "When thinking of all the small instruments in the world, there is only one that comes to mind as clearly the best. The Nano Guitar is so small it is the size of a single human blood cell. I don't know how you get any better then that. "

Summary

Best What are the best smallest stringed instruments
RankSolutionsTypeVotesPrice
1Sega Toys Grand PianistOther 4 Paid
2The Nano-HarpOther 2 Paid
3The Nano-GuitarOther 1 Paid
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