At 9/13/12 07:31 PM, Tomsan wrote:
Im gonna sum it up again, 'cause I am in need for a new pic.
Its an old object used since the 15hunderds
almost completely made of wood
You are usually holding it in your hand when you are using it. If you are using it.
It's larger than a regular bottle and smaller than a TV.
somekind of instrument (horn, flute, violin, small guitar (ukulele) )
if not then:
somekind of ship compass (the one you line up with the stars)
somekind of wooden (beer) mug
somekind of weapon (a club?)
somekind of kitchen article (old salt/pepper/herb dispenser)
Well as much as I appreciated that you like to guess and you're "in need for a new pic", but I think I should re-post rule number 5 as a little reminder:
5) Spam guessing is not allowed, posting an endless list of possible objects kinda ruins the fun for everyone.
You could have stuck with your first (broad) guess in this latest post, since it is some kind of instrument.
To be more precise it's a part you'd find on a violin, but also on other instruments.
So far everybody more or less followed the rule and only posted one, two or sometimes three guesses at once and I didn't feel like I had to enforce a rule on that, but now I have to or it would be ridiculously unfair for the other users.
So if you or anybody else can tell me the PART of the violin that is actually seen on the pic, you or that other possible user will get the point. And yes, it has it's own commonly known name.
Sorry Tomsan, but maybe you can still solve it.