This tutorial teaches you how to make the world’s smallest (and probably only) capacitance-piezo-buzzer ukulele.
A ukulele is an instrument from Hawaii that looks like a small guitar with four nylon strings. Our strings will be made of wire and work by measuring the capacitance and then play the corresponding tone on a piezo buzzer. The ukulele itself is made of laser cut plywood.
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