A new instrument that sounds like a violin but works as a wind instrument has been designed by a US-based company.
The Wind-Amp Electric Guitar is made from a piece of aluminium, but has an electric motor that turns it into a wind-driven instrument.
The company behind the instrument, Wind-a-Plectrics, is based in California.
The team behind the new instrument, Andrew Korn, said the device, which will be unveiled at a ceremony in Singapore on Sunday, is a “big leap forward”.
“It’s the first instrument to be powered by wind,” Mr Korn told ABC News.
Wind-amp, made by Wind-acoustic, and the acoustic instruments it is based on, have been used in a variety of settings including concerts, film and video games. “
You’re going to get really high quality instruments out of it.”
Wind-amp, made by Wind-acoustic, and the acoustic instruments it is based on, have been used in a variety of settings including concerts, film and video games.
Mr Krommel said it was important to understand the design of the instrument before trying it out.
“We had to learn how to make it,” he said.
“But, I’m happy to say, it sounds pretty good.”
The company is making the instrument by using a variety, including metal, plastic and plastic alloy.
The instrument’s shape is a combination of wood, metal and alloy.
“There’s no such thing as an electric instrument that’s not a wind Instrument,” Mr Jorn said.
The instruments range from $250 to $300.
Mr Jrommel’s team had previously built the world’s smallest wind instrument.
He said the company had built the wind instrument for $2,500 and a small wind turbine in Australia.
“They had to build something that’s so small and so inexpensive,” Mr Wieland said.