WORLD'S SMALLEST GUITAR
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What is the world's smallest guitar?
Could you imagine seeing your
favorite rock star playing a 10-micrometer guitar, which is only about 1/20 of
the thickness of one of your hairs? Well, it probably will never catch on for
blasting out that favorite hard rock song, as the sound frequency is too high to
be heard by the human ear.
Harold Craighead and Dustin Carr, in 1997, in New York, carved the smallest
guitar from a block of silicon and created it in the design of a Fender
Stratocaster. The designed each string to be 1/500 inches thick, which is around
100 atoms, laid out in a row. The guitar was made to show a new technology that
used fiber optics, displays, and sensors.
The guitar is so tiny you cannot even use a pick or your finger to strum you
must special instruments. Could this be a new guitar for a dog band, since they
can hear higher pitches?
World's Smallest Guitar
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