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Lego Parts Become Unusual Guitar [VIDEO]

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Ever since I was a kid, I’ve been intrigued by musical instruments made from unusual items. Stomp? Love it! Guitars made from cigar boxes? Fabulous! A man playing machinery in a dry cleaner’s shop? I wrote about that last year! Today, consider a guitar that features leftover Lego parts.

A note: the guitar isn’t made of Lego pieces [though I'd wager someone somewhere has done that]. It does feature a color scanner used in Lego’s “Mindstorms” set. Wanna hear it? I thought you would:

[PhilippLens/YouTube]

So, what do you think? Is it music? Is it just a toy? You tell me, please, here or on our Facebook page.

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