Musical instruments 3D model for printing: 138 results found

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  • Guitarz - Tunable and Playble Mini Guitars

    Guitarz - Tunable and Playble Mini Guitarsthingiverse.com
    Guitarz - Tunable and Playble Mini Guitars
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    Printers of the Caribbean (Pirates of the Caribbean theme song cover)

    Printers of the Caribbean (Pirates of the Caribbean theme song cover)thingiverse.com
    Printers of the Caribbean (Pirates of the Caribbean theme song cover)
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    small foldable guitar stand remixed

    small foldable guitar stand remixedthingiverse.com
    small foldable guitar stand remixed
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    microphone holder
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    Microphone holder for Skil tripod (35mm square quick release plate)

    Microphone holder for Skil tripod (35mm square quick release plate)thingiverse.com
    Microphone holder for Skil tripod (35mm square quick release plate)
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    Two trumpets, based off louis Armstrong’s Selmer, had a lot of fun making this and it was a fantastic challenge!
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    Billie Joe Armstrong Guitar

    Billie Joe Armstrong Guitarsketchfab.com
    Bille Joe Armstrong Guitar Green Day called “Blue”As seen at Lollapalooza 1994 & Woodstock ’94
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    Littlefoot Guitar Pick

    Littlefoot Guitar Picktrinpy.com
    For those of you who just want to jam, download my pick. It prints in only about 5 minutes. Make prints, make music. Check out more of my designs at ShookIdeas.com!
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    I was not satisfied with the pick holders available on Thingiverse so I tried my hand at one. I'm pretty happy with it. About 20 of my .6mm picks fit in the case.To assemble I used two of my daughter's hair rubber bands, but I assume any small rubber bands will work. I used support to print the main box.by k1nc41d, published Jan 31, 2013edited by dong min choi
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    This Customizable Guitar Pick is easy and fast to print and will be helpful for playing guitar. It is sturdy and will last a while. If it's broken just print another one in about 5 minutes.I highly suggest printing those picks with PLA and not with ABS because ABS is too flexible and breaks very fast.PLA on the other hand is very sturdy and lasts a long time.You don't have to change anything on the size of the pick because it is already the perfect size.If you want a :Hard Pick you just leave it like it is.Medium Pick you have to lower the value of the Z-Axis a bitThin Pick you have to to lower it even moreDo want you feel most comfortable with.Layer Height: 1.5Infill Density: 1No support!Good Luck!by warpaintedit Juwon Lee /2015-02-04/10min
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    The Recorder is one of the oldest flutes around that's still in use. The Recorder is one the main reasons the Ocarina lost much of its hold over the musical domain. It grew to its greatest popularity during the Renaissance. The modern flute we use today like the Recorder's younger brother- both were developed side by side historically. The soprano Recorder is the most common one used today. One can say that playing the Recorder remains as one of the easier things to do among the woodwind instruments.The recorder gets its name from the early meaning of 'record', which means 'to practice music'. The recorder is named 'Flauto' in Portuguese and Spanish. Over the passing of time however, it was discovered that the modern concert flute was richer in tones and better sounding than the recorder. That, coupled with the exponential rise in popularity of orchestras, led to the decline of the recorder.The flute is a musical instrument of the woodwind family. Unlike woodwind instruments with reeds, a flute is an aerophone or reedless wind instrument that produces its sound from the flow of air across an opening. According to the instrument classification of Hornbostel???€?“Sachs, flutes are categorized as edge-blown aerophones.A musician who plays the flute can be referred to as a flute player, a flautist,[1] a flutist,[2] or, less commonly, a fluter.[3][4][5][6] The term flutenist, found in English up to the 18th century, is no longer used.[7]Aside from the voice, flutes are the earliest known musical instruments. A number of flutes dating to about 43,000 to 35,000 years ago have been found in the Swabian Alb region of Germany. These flutes demonstrate that a developed musical tradition existed from the earliest period of modern human presence in Europe.[8][9]La flauta dulce o flauta de pico es un instrumento de viento muy antiguo. Popular desde la Edad Media hasta finales del Barroco, fue quedando relegado su uso al desarrollarse la orquesta cl???¡sica, poblada de instrumentos m???¡s sonoros. A partir del siglo XX retorna de los museos, en principio por el inter????s de interpretar la m???ºsica renacentista y barroca con sus instrumentos originales, pero su difusi???³n mundial se basa en las posibilidades pedag???³gicas como herramienta para la iniciaci???³n musical.Autocad 3D Modelingby ArturoV, published May 21, 2013edited by dong min choi
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    Guitar Neck Smartphone Mount

    Guitar Neck Smartphone Mountredpah.com
    I have a friend who is a guitar teacher, studio engineer and all-round musician and who also posts tutorial videos on Youtube (check out his channel, Play Your Guitar - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbrV1Dg2YVKQa8ibxvnAMTg [1] ). He asked me to design a mount for his iPhone to attach to a guitar neck so he could take photos looking down the neck, so he could demonstrate picking techniques etc, and here's what I came up with.  He's in the process of field-testing the prototype at the moment and hopefully should come up with some great footage, but here's the mount for your use too.The mount is sized for the neck of a traditional electric guitar such as a Fender Strat or a Gibson Les Paul, I'm not sure if it would fit onto the shredmonsters like Ibanez and so on and I'm not sure if it would fit onto an acoustic.  To attach it slip it over the neck around the nut and pull it down the neck until it wedges; it should stop at about the 5th/6th fret.  Obviously it's going to restrict neck access so it'll be more for playing lead than for rhythm and you may not be able to throw your guitar around as much as you usually do or the phone will go flying across the room.  Enjoy, and let me know how you get on![1] https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbrV1Dg2YVKQa8ibxvnAMTg).
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    Guitarpot for every metalhead out there, enjoy!
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    Guitarra Stratocaster

    Guitarra Stratocastermyminifactory.com
    Guitarra Stratocaster
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    Full Size Working Trumpet

    Full Size Working Trumpetpinshape.com
    After the scaled down version(see my designs), here is the real thing.A full sized trumpet. Dimensions are modeled from my 50+ years old Selmer which sounds very good. Placement of the 3rd valve slide is altered for simplification purposes. Includes a monette style mouthpiece. Also can be used with a standard trumpet mouthpiece. Valves work and valve routes are modeled realistically This should produce sounds. All valve slides move in addition to bellbow and main tuning slide to tune the instrument in case it is out of tune. Modeling time 4 days. Comments are welcome.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rt6cvjgmH2sI've printed the mouthpiece part to test. This is the first trial with the unsanded rough piece, right out of 3d printer.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNcpmNXEF3Msee it being played by a non trumpet player, not badhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WkAavq1R1P0
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    Model of Mandolin from WWI

    Model of Mandolin from WWIthreeding.com
    Model of hand-made mandolin from Bulgarian soldiers during the First World War.3D scanned with Artec Spider http://www.artec3d.com/ [1] This object is a cultural heritageexhibited in the National Museum of Military History. The museum will receive a royalty from each sale of this model. 3D printing of this item must comply with the applicable legislation and must be with size different with at least 10% from the original and additional details should be added.[1] http://www.artec3d.com/
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    Logitech Speakers Stand

    Logitech Speakers Standthingiverse.com
    This stand has been specifically designed for Logitech speakers but could work for similar speakers if modified or scaled.
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    Customizable Mic Stand Cord Clip

    Customizable Mic Stand Cord Clipthingiverse.com
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    A rope drum or the so called in the dutch: "kikker". The distance between the two holes is 35mm. Both the holes are 6mm in diameter
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    Microbrute Slider Cap Creator

    Microbrute Slider Cap Creatorthingiverse.com
    Merge this as a hole into a model that is no wider than 15.5mm and you can turn all your favorite things into a Arturia Microbrute slider cap
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    Drum stick, usually used to play the drums, part of a drum kit, drummer, drumming. A rock band has a drummer who plays sticks. Files Stl Skp sket
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    Guitar tuning peg knob (peghead)

    Guitar tuning peg knob (peghead)thingiverse.com
    A replacement part for your favorite musical instrument. The included model (.stl) uses the default customizer settings, and should fit most guitar
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    The Tikicaster: 3d printed semi-acoustic electric guitar

    The Tikicaster: 3d printed semi-acoustic electric guitarthingiverse.com
    The Tikicaster: 3d printed semi-acoustic electric guitar
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    Want to Jam, but have no picks? Well this will solve your issue! And if one of your initials is a "T" even better! This only takes 20 min t
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    Easy printing Electric Violin.

    Easy printing Electric Violin.thingiverse.com
    Thanks to Stepan83 for the Elviolin. http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:745940 its design has inspired me. In this version: I modified some parts to
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    Tin Whistle (PLA Whistle?)

    Tin Whistle (PLA Whistle?)thingiverse.com
    This is a simple six hole whistle in D.
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    Molten Plastic's 3d Printed Guitar

    Molten Plastic's 3d Printed Guitarthingiverse.com
    Molten Plastic's 3d Printed Guitar
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    guitar picks or low, print it and enjoy it
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    Stratocaster Body Guitar

    Stratocaster Body Guitarthingiverse.com
    The first guitar in fdm in this release. Design and concept by me . the entire guitar is composed of eight parts up which are screwed together by mean
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    One-Piece One-Handed Guitar Capo

    One-Piece One-Handed Guitar Capothingiverse.com
    Check out http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:988513 for an improved version of this capo. No fiddling with screws and levers - this one-piece capo cli
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