Neil Gaiman’s Cthuhu Mythos ukulele Is Way Too Cool To Be Real!

If you thought that story bound objects existed just in sci-fi novels and movies of similar genre, then well, think again.If you thought that story bound objects existed just in sci-fi novels and movies of similar genre, then well, think again. Presenting here a ukulele that will leave you spell bound, with a drooling mouth (like mine!) and asking for more of such items. For those who don't know what a ukulele is, it is a member of the guitar family of instruments but, it has only 4 strings. Also, the instrument is very small and a chief instrument in Hawaii. I am pretty sure that not only geeks, but music maniacs alike would like to have a share in one of these, what say? This awesomely designed four stringed beauty is inspired from one of H.P. Lovecraft's novel called Cthulhu Mythos. Also, in the existing picture over here, you can see the cool ukulele alongside one of Lovecraft's tale called Necronomicon, which gives this instrument a feel of originality. Posted by Neil Gaiman on twitter, it already has accumulated a large number of tweets. Geek Music fanatics would also like to see the bullet bill bass guitar and a do-it-yourself write-on about making yourself a millennium falcon guitar. Via: Boing Boing

Presenting here a ukulele that will leave you spell bound, with a drooling mouth (like mine!) and asking for more of such items. For those who don’t know what a ukulele is, it is a member of the guitar family of instruments but, it has only 4 strings. Also, the instrument is very small and a chief instrument in Hawaii.

I am pretty sure that not only geeks, but music maniacs alike would like to have a share in one of these, what say? This awesomely designed four stringed beauty is inspired from one of H.P. Lovecraft’s novel called Cthulhu Mythos. Also, in the existing picture over here, you can see the cool ukulele alongside one of Lovecraft’s tale called Necronomicon, which gives this instrument a feel of originality.

Posted by Neil Gaiman on twitter, it already has accumulated a large number of tweets. Geek Music fanatics would also like to see the bullet bill bass guitar and a do-it-yourself write-on about making yourself a millennium falcon guitar.

Via: Boing Boing

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