A Guiro is a popular Latin-American percussion instrument. It is used by scraping a stick along the Guiro’s ridges in order to create a ratcheting-like sound. Typically they are made of wood or from a gourd, but since I am a percussionist I figured I would attempt to 3D print one. The outcome of this was great! The 3D printed Guiro sounds just as good as many normal ones.
download the files on: http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:979766
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