This name generator gives you 15 random names for musical instruments inspired by real instruments from around the world. The names of the instruments differ greatly and, in many cases, have no real naming conventions. This makes it both simple and challenging to establish a name for an instrument, since almost anything can be. Piano, guitar, violin, harp, none of them seems to have too much of a common name. Then there are all the hundreds of instruments from other nations, with their native names like the Japanese Tako and Shamisen, the Ukralele of Hawaii, the South African Vuvuzela, and the Russian Balalaika, for the name of a few. Sometimes similar to the sound of the instrument itself. Of course, there are exceptions. The names in this generator vary from common names to fantasy-style names. The names were classified into 3 groups, though the first could also be considered as 2. The first 6 names are relatively short. The first 3 always ends with a vowel and the second 3 always ends with a consonant. This means that the first three appear to look more melodic, while the last three have a tendency to sound more guttural. The next two names include a specific instrument name or partial name to build a new edition. The last two names are longer and thus can differ greatly in form.
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