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The Music Ruler - a plastic 30cm ruler with printed finger markings and note positions to help you get the musical most from your ruler!
The Music Ruler comes with a fun instructional book using the twanging techniques of modern ruler maestro Dan Wieden, to get you creating musically masterpieces in no time! - Sliding the ruler up towards the edge of the desk alters the note, enabling you to play anything from Abba to Jay-Z!
Playing with your music ruler doesn't involve controlled breathing. Or co-ordination. Or timing of any kind. It doesn't even involve leaving your chair... Your new found musical expertise will impress others. You could lead your office in an impromptu, team-building sing-along. And then you could use your Music Ruler to underline your ever-growing To Do List!
Next time your attention wavers for even a second, why not master a musical instrument at your desk? It doesn't involve controlled breathing. Or co-ordination. Or timing of any kind. It doesn't even involve leaving your chair. Your new found musical expertise will impress others. You could lead your office in an impromptu, team-building singalong. And then you could use your Musical Ruler to underline your ever-growing To Do List!See all Product Description
Gift for my musician friend. Comes with instruction bookPublished 1 month ago by abigail strickland
lol, was brought for a christmas secret santa, the guy who i go it for hasnt put it down and can play it quite well. well worth the few quid it cost, quick delivery as well.Published 8 months ago by Richard J Curtis
omg this is brilliant. my brother is a musician. takes it all seriously. but when he got this gift it brought out the humorous side! Read morePublished 9 months ago by S. Bredin
a bit of a gimmick, my 13 year old played with it for all of 10 minutesPublished 11 months ago by J. Mazur
The ruler will never be the greatest of musical instruments but this book goes a long way towards making it entertaining. As long as it's not taken too seriously this is good fun.Published 19 months ago by lefthander