Metal Melody Maker
by Destiny, Riley, and Mikayla
Central Howell School
The Metal Melody Maker is played by hitting the metal objects with a U shaped metal stick. The metal objects are arranged from lowest to highest pitch.
We cut wood into a 3’ length and 3” width with a circular saw and parental supervision. We drilled nine holes 3’ apart, with a power drill. Then we tied fishing line through the holes and around miscellaneous metal objects found in the garage such as a drill bit, a nail, and scrap metal. Then we used a Sharpie pen to write the name of our instrument on the wood.