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Denture guitar pick

For Peter Townsend
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Having watched another geezer rocker performance for the Superbowl Halftime Show, it occurred to me that these people would probably play better if they didn't have to worry about keeping their dentures from falling out. Instead, they should use their dentures to strum with, for a whole new sound. Some people play with their teeth. Well, this is one better; taking your teeth out to play.

I expect an SNL skit soon.

RayfordSteele, Feb 08 2010


       hah! I was thinking "they're going to have to carry Roger Daltry off stage on a stretcher" he looked like he was working really hard to keep up. anyway this is a dopey idea, good job.
dentworth, Feb 08 2010

       I watched the Superbowl. The Who tried hard... Nice idea. I like it. Why?   

       Can't explain.
Jinbish, Feb 08 2010

       I have seen musicians pick their teeth with their guitar picks, but I would think a single tooth would make a much better pick for strumming than a whole set of uppers.
xandram, Feb 08 2010

       [+] <mumble> "Rock Star Orthopedics" </mumble>
FlyingToaster, Feb 08 2010

       So, it's a tooth pick?   

       The logical extension of this idea is a whole array of geriatric- inclined instruments. I suggest a cane that doubles as a mike stand, a walker with attached hi-hat and bass drum, and a guitar with a "Life-Alert" button in case the player falls down while shredding and can't get up.
DrWorm, Feb 09 2010

       thusly opening a gate to all sorts of zombie-rockstar possibilities.
FlyingToaster, Feb 09 2010

       //walker with attached hi-hat and bass drum //   

       HA!! Boom-Tish!
RayfordSteele, Feb 12 2010


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