As Ron Burgundy taught the world, playing woodwind instruments still has a way of getting people going.
Linsey Pollak went next-level and not only masterfully played a clarinet during his TED Talk, but he hand-made one out of a carrot.
While a lot of the steps to make this carrot-based instrument look a hell of a lot like the steps t0 make a carrot bong, the clarinet requires a couple specific attachments in order to work. Pollak drilled holes all over the carrot and attached a saxophone mouthpiece and a funnel cone to the ends.
He then began playing some sweet, jazzy tunes to the delight of the crowd.
While it is only a temporary clarinet, considering the carrot will eventually like, wither up and die, it’s a pretty fun looking project. Check it out: