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Aeolian Braces

Braces that add a Musical Note
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"Fiona sighed as she looked out over the bluffs at the setting sun, as the lead cheerleader she had been here many times but this time was definatly different. Being here with Eugene Slotnick was just an amazing experience. The breeze ruffled her hair as she stared into his eyes, the sun glinting off this braces and as she leaned in to kiss him, she could swear she heard music on the wind, he must be the one...."
jhomrighaus, Aug 07 2006

Shamelessly inspired by; Aeolian_20Sailboats
Thanks xandram! [jhomrighaus, Aug 07 2006]

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       ...they sparkled like diamonds on his teeth when he smiled at her...
po, Aug 07 2006
  

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       That depends on the owners desires and financial abilities. The more you pay the better the braces.   

       Top notch systems would be fared and have a variety of sounds, including long pipes for low pitch sounds.   

       I think you could also incorporate some tuning modules that would allow you to modify for different occasions.   

       As an add on a wireless pickup that is worn like a retainer would allow you to connect to an amplifier for public performances.
jhomrighaus, Aug 07 2006
  

       I think I'll give this a bun, though I had pictured leg braces strung like a harp...
xandram, Aug 08 2006
  

       Brace elastics can be plucked as a string intstruments and can change pitch when the wearer opens his/her mouth to stretch them. I'll assume that no one needed to know this, but that all who read it will surely be happier than if they had not.
jellydoughnut, Aug 09 2006
  

       Brace elastics can be plucked as a string intstrument and can change pitch when the wearer opens his/her mouth to stretch them. I'll assume that no one needed to know this, but that all who read it will surely be happier than if they had not.
jellydoughnut, Aug 09 2006
  
      
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