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  • seismic1
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    Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Ron Wood might be available for functions :biggrin:

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  • Mac of BIOnighT
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    I'm afraid the only way is to come to Italy and contact the artist, I think that's the only place where you can find them :-/

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  • Sky High Diamonds
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    Originally posted by Mac of BIOnighT View Post
    I'd so love to try it

    I need to try try these too. I'm going to find a way. Feeling determined. :daydream:

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  • Mac of BIOnighT
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    Indeed

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  • Ahornberg
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    singing stones! great!

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  • Mac of BIOnighT
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    I'd so love to try it

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  • Synthetic Aurality
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    That is TOTALLY cool! Thanks for posting that!!! :thumbsup:

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  • Mac of BIOnighT
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    Yep, amazing instruments

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  • Sky High Diamonds
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    Wow. Love this. Only just found this thread and link. thanks Mac :D

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  • Mac of BIOnighT
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    Originally posted by Windspace View Post
    Fantastico!

    Two things:

    1. Someone needs to get this guy and Diego Stocco together.

    2. Maybe these can be called "Limestruments"? :P
    I didn't know Stocco, I'll have to explore his stuff Limestruments, that's nice :-D Whatever you call them, anyway, they really rock! ;-P (OK, this is real cheap, but I'm sure I'm not the only one who thought about it and someone had to say it...)

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  • windspace
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    Fantastico!

    Two things:

    1. Someone needs to get this guy and Diego Stocco together.

    2. Maybe these can be called "Limestruments"? :P

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  • Mac of BIOnighT
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    Man's stupidity is appalling...

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  • Ian Haygreen
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    Intentionally I think, although I can't remember rightly. They may have quarried them out.

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  • Mac of BIOnighT
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    Originally posted by Ian Haygreen View Post
    Interesting. There used to be the Singing Stones somewhere in Wales, where the stones for Stonehenge came from. Something about the stone would produce musical notes. Unfortunately they were destroyed one or two centuries ago.
    Accidentally or intentionally?

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  • Ian Haygreen
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    Interesting. There used to be the Singing Stones somewhere in Wales, where the stones for Stonehenge came from. Something about the stone would produce musical notes. Unfortunately they were destroyed one or two centuries ago.

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