The world has been waiting for over 500 years to hear the sound of this crazy contraption, and it doesn't disappoint.
Who needs a body when you're made out of 100 percent titanium? This futuristic guitar might not look like a traditional instrument, but it can shred with the best of them.
A group of Canadian researchers have taken the emerging art of crafting unique, 3D-printed prosthetics and used it to create instruments that allow dancers to make music as they move.
Violin masters like Stradivari and Guarneri might have designed their instruments to sound like a singing voice.
The Triolin is an instrument so difficult to master, you have to hold it, and play it, backwards. With two other people.
At first glance, most of these pictures appear to be of some beautiful wood paneled room, but then you realize that they are actually close up shots taken inside orchestral instruments like violins and flutes.
Just as sharks are genetically designed to never stop swimming and hunting, the modern guitar form is still the perfect shape to allow you to fully exploit your music machismo. But that doesn't mean we can't improve upon the instrument with some tech steroids.
Pianos are famously bulky instruments, and a real pain to move easily. Not so with this flat-pack piano, however. It folds up flat.
Whether you love it or hate, for many the iPad is now the default tablet for all but the most diehard Android fans. Now one music instrument company wants to make it part of your default music studio set-up.
Some things move so fast that we have no idea what they actually look like in motion. Cymbals, for example. Did you know they wobble around like a pancake when hit?