A guitar with Y-shaped strings

It's not too often that a new musical instrument is invented, let alone presented before a bunch of experts. Yet that's precisely what Sophie Leger did with her creation a few days ago at the 151st meeting of the Acoustical Society of America in Providence, R.I. Introducing the Tritare, "an electric, guitar-like instrument which uses six 'Y'-shaped networks instead of six simple strings."

 

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