The worlds smallest guitar is about the size of a single blood cell or 10 micrometers long! Good God that’s small. Can you imagine the pick that you’d have to use to play this puppy?
I got this piece from the Cornell Science News site and the article is a good read for musicians. I knew that I just had to post this one for all of you tiny guitarists out there … me included.
The world’s smallest guitar is 10 micrometers long — about the size of a single cell — with six strings each about 50 nanometers, or 100 atoms, wide. Made by Cornell University researchers from crystalline silicon, it demonstrates a new technology for a new generation of electromechanical devices
Keep on Jammin’, very carefully though!