didgeridoo

(probably of imitative origin) indigenous Australian instrument, of imitative origin. link (video)

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dwoiiinnnnnnnngggggggig

sound of a ruler strummed against a table (ref)

plastic metal hit vibration

fanfare

(probably of imitative origin) a flourish of brass instruments. link (video)

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gong

metallic disk used as a percussive musical instrument named by the sound produced when struck

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oompah

the sound produced by a large brass instrument. see also: umpa

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plunk

to pluck a string instrument, or to suddenly drop

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rattle

1. rapid succession of short sharp sounds, 2. an instrument that makes a rattling noise

crack

strum

to play a guitar. see also thrum

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tom-tom

a monotonous beating, rhythm, or rhythmical sound / a percussive musical instrument played with hands

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toot

to blow or sound an instrument (as a horn)

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umpa

the sound produced by a large brass instrument. see also: Oompah

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wah-wah

brass instrument effect of using a mute, or electric guitar sound effect (wah pedal)

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whistle

tubular wind instrument, or the act of whistling

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whockah

sound of palm-muted rhythmic strumming on an electric guitar with wah pedal, as in the intro of Jimi Hendrixs "Voodoo Chile", for example. often combined with playing "airguitar". see also: neow, jug, bwow-chcka-bwow

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zoomba-zoom

sound of a bass (musical instrument) ("the ceremonial band" by James Reeves, in "Noisy poems" by Jill Bennett)

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