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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': After using his trusty horn for the purposes of psychological assault during the past few episodes, Ramsay repurposes it for ''physical'' assault in "The Bear and The Maiden Fair" by hitting Theon in the face with it hard enough to knock him to the floor.
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* Kaph's guitar doubles as a gun in ''LuminousArc2''.

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* Kaph's guitar doubles as a gun in ''LuminousArc2''.''VideoGame/LuminousArc2''.
28th Apr '17 11:55:51 PM Xtifr
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* In JoeAbercrombie's ''Literature/BestServedCold'', the main characters hire a band of thugs who pose as [[DreadfulMusician musicians]]. One of the thugs has his lute built around an axe, on the theory that the lute will break on impact, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment leaving only the axe in his hands.]] [[spoiler: It almost works, but he gets so tangled in the wreckage that he's unable to pull it free from his first victim to defend himself. [[CaptainObvious He dies.]]]]

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* In JoeAbercrombie's Creator/JoeAbercrombie's ''Literature/BestServedCold'', the main characters hire a band of thugs who pose as [[DreadfulMusician musicians]]. One of the thugs has his lute built around an axe, on the theory that the lute will break on impact, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment leaving only the axe in his hands.]] [[spoiler: It almost works, but he gets so tangled in the wreckage that he's unable to pull it free from his first victim to defend himself. [[CaptainObvious He dies.]]]]
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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckDodgers'' brings in [[Music/{{Megadeth}} Dave Mustaine]] to help fight the Martians' Smooth Jazz dreadnought. When the Martians try to attack the band, they find out that Dave's guitar has a built-in laser cannon.
22nd Apr '17 8:23:55 PM nombretomado
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* ''SurvivalOfTheFittest'' had Isabel Guerra making a shiv out of a trumpet and broken piece of glass. [[ICallItVera It's called Partario]].

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* ''SurvivalOfTheFittest'' ''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest'' had Isabel Guerra making a shiv out of a trumpet and broken piece of glass. [[ICallItVera It's called Partario]].
12th Apr '17 12:18:25 PM Kenji115
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*In ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'', Marin from ''VideoGame/LinksAwakening'' attacks enemies using the Sea Lily's Bell, and proves just as ludicrously lethal with it as the other warriors are with legitimate weapons.
27th Mar '17 9:57:24 PM AthenaBlue
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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanReturnOfTheCapedCrusaders'': When attacking the Gotham Palace, the Joker uses an electric guitar that fires entangling streamers that tie up the audience.



* In ''Disney/RobinHood'', Friar Tuck and Alan-a-Dale use Alan's lute as a bow to pop the balloon Sir Hiss is using to spy on Robin Hood, to prevent him from blowing Robin's cover.



* ''Disney/FrozenFever'': Elsa blows into a massive horn towards the end. Since she's delirious from her cold, it forms a massive iceball that crosses the ocean and crashes into Hans.

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* ** ''Disney/FrozenFever'': Elsa blows into a massive horn towards the end. Since she's delirious from her cold, it forms a massive iceball that crosses the ocean and crashes into Hans.Hans.
* In ''Disney/RobinHood'', Friar Tuck and Alan-a-Dale use Alan's lute as a bow to pop the balloon Sir Hiss is using to spy on Robin Hood, to prevent him from blowing Robin's cover.



* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanReturnOfTheCapedCrusaders'': When attacking the Gotham Palace, the Joker uses an electric guitar that fires entangling streamers that tie up the audience.



* Creator/MattHelm movie ''Film/TheAmbushers''. An assassin tries to kill Matt with maracas that have built-in guns.
* [[HandicappedBadass The Blind Man]] in ''Film/CircleOfIron'' has a staff/walking stick that is also a flute. And he [[BlindWeaponmaster fights with it]]. It has its limitations, though, as he once remarks, "It's hard to kill a horse with a flute!"
* ''Film/TheCityOfLostChildren'' has a music box that controls a circus flea, making it inject its host with a nerve agent. The affected person then turns violent and [[MindControl attempts to kill whoever they happen to be with]].
* Mudy from ''Film/Comic8'' has a guitar that doubles as a machine gun, and the case ''doubles as a bazooka''.
* In ''Film/EvilRoySlade'', Bing Bell has a guitar which also doubles as a gun.
* ''Film/TheFastestGuitarAlive'', a humorous Western from 1967, stars Roy Orbison (!) who wields a guitar/rifle.



* ''Film/ThePinkPantherStrikesAgain''. An assassin uses a blowpipe disguised as a clarinet (or possibly uses a clarinet as a blowpipe, the movie isn't clear).

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* ''Film/ThePinkPantherStrikesAgain''. An assassin In ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'', Immortan Joe's in-movie [[SourceMusic soundtrack provider]] the Doof Warrior plays a double-necked electric guitar that has a built-in flamethrower. He mostly uses it just for spectacle, but in the final battle it does end up getting used as a blowpipe serious weapon.
* ''Film/MightyMorphinPowerRangersTheMovie'': More like "Instrument of Destruction": When Ivan Ooze says to Zordon, "It's time... to pay [[ThePiedPiperOfHamelin the piper]]," Ooze takes out his piping flute and plays a bit like a [[StealthPun literal piper]] before using the flute's electric powers to damage the entire Command Center and weaken Zordon to a withering mortal.
* One of the assassins in ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'' has a rifle
disguised as a clarinet (or possibly uses a clarinet as a blowpipe, the movie isn't clear).bass flute.



* MattHelm movie ''Film/TheAmbushers''. An assassin tries to kill Matt with maracas that have built-in guns.
* Amongst the weirdness in ''Film/WildZero'' are katanas hidden in the necks of the band Guitar Wolf's guitars, and guitar picks thrown like shuriken.
* ''Film/TheFastestGuitarAlive'', a humorous Western from 1967, stars Roy Orbison (!) who wields a guitar/rifle.

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* MattHelm movie ''Film/TheAmbushers''. In ''Film/OurManFlint'', Gila tries to murder Flint with a poison dart fired from a harp that she uses like a bow.
* ''Film/ThePinkPantherStrikesAgain''.
An assassin tries to kill Matt with maracas that have built-in guns.
* Amongst
uses a blowpipe disguised as a clarinet (or possibly uses a clarinet as a blowpipe, the weirdness in ''Film/WildZero'' are katanas hidden in the necks of the band Guitar Wolf's guitars, and guitar picks thrown like shuriken.
* ''Film/TheFastestGuitarAlive'', a humorous Western from 1967, stars Roy Orbison (!) who wields a guitar/rifle.
movie isn't clear).



* ''Sivaji: The Boss'': During the "Athiradi" song, Sivaji's guitar case falls to the side, then rotates and opens, the guitar pulled towards him as if by telekinesis. Sivaji strums a few chords and blasts away two groups of thugs by firing from the guitar, sets the guitar on the ground in front of the remaining thug, and kicks it at him. And dances.



* ''Film/MightyMorphinPowerRangersTheMovie'': More like "Instrument of Destruction": When Ivan Ooze says to Zordon, "It's time... to pay [[ThePiedPiperOfHamelin the piper]]," Ooze takes out his piping flute and plays a bit like a [[StealthPun literal piper]] before using the flute's electric powers to damage the entire Command Center and weaken Zordon to a withering mortal.
* ''Film/TheCityOfLostChildren'' has a music box that controls a circus flea, making it inject its host with a nerve agent. The affected person then turns violent and [[MindControl attempts to kill whoever they happen to be with]].
* In ''Film/EvilRoySlade'', Bing Bell has a guitar which also doubles as a gun.
* In ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'', Immortan Joe's in-movie [[SourceMusic soundtrack provider]] the Doof Warrior plays a double-necked electric guitar that has a built-in flamethrower. He mostly uses it just for spectacle, but in the final battle it does end up getting used as a serious weapon.
* One of the assassins in ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'' has a rifle disguised as a bass flute.
* [[HandicappedBadass The Blind Man]] in ''Film/CircleOfIron'' has a staff/walking stick that is also a flute. And he [[BlindWeaponmaster fights with it]]. It has its limitations, though, as he once remarks, "It's hard to kill a horse with a flute!"
* ''Sivaji: The Boss'': During the "Athiradi" song, Sivaji's guitar case falls to the side, then rotates and opens, the guitar pulled towards him as if by telekinesis. Sivaji strums a few chords and blasts away two groups of thugs by firing from the guitar, sets the guitar on the ground in front of the remaining thug, and kicks it at him. And dances.
* Mudy from ''Film/Comic8'' has a guitar that doubles as a machine gun, and the case ''doubles as a bazooka''.
* In ''Film/OurManFlint'', Gila tries to murder Flint with a poison dart fired from a harp that she uses like a bow.

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* ''Film/MightyMorphinPowerRangersTheMovie'': More like "Instrument of Destruction": When Ivan Ooze says to Zordon, "It's time... to pay [[ThePiedPiperOfHamelin Amongst the piper]]," Ooze takes out his piping flute weirdness in ''Film/WildZero'' are katanas hidden in the necks of the band Guitar Wolf's guitars, and plays a bit like a [[StealthPun literal piper]] before using the flute's electric powers to damage the entire Command Center and weaken Zordon to a withering mortal.
* ''Film/TheCityOfLostChildren'' has a music box that controls a circus flea, making it inject its host with a nerve agent. The affected person then turns violent and [[MindControl attempts to kill whoever they happen to be with]].
* In ''Film/EvilRoySlade'', Bing Bell has a
guitar which also doubles as a gun.
* In ''Film/MadMaxFuryRoad'', Immortan Joe's in-movie [[SourceMusic soundtrack provider]] the Doof Warrior plays a double-necked electric guitar that has a built-in flamethrower. He mostly uses it just for spectacle, but in the final battle it does end up getting used as a serious weapon.
* One of the assassins in ''Film/MissionImpossibleRogueNation'' has a rifle disguised as a bass flute.
* [[HandicappedBadass The Blind Man]] in ''Film/CircleOfIron'' has a staff/walking stick that is also a flute. And he [[BlindWeaponmaster fights with it]]. It has its limitations, though, as he once remarks, "It's hard to kill a horse with a flute!"
* ''Sivaji: The Boss'': During the "Athiradi" song, Sivaji's guitar case falls to the side, then rotates and opens, the guitar pulled towards him as if by telekinesis. Sivaji strums a few chords and blasts away two groups of thugs by firing from the guitar, sets the guitar on the ground in front of the remaining thug, and kicks it at him. And dances.
* Mudy from ''Film/Comic8'' has a guitar that doubles as a machine gun, and the case ''doubles as a bazooka''.
* In ''Film/OurManFlint'', Gila tries to murder Flint with a poison dart fired from a harp that she uses
picks thrown like a bow.shuriken.



* In JoeAbercrombie's ''Literature/BestServedCold'', the main characters hire a band of thugs who pose as [[DreadfulMusician musicians]]. One of the thugs has his lute built around an axe, on the theory that the lute will break on impact, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment leaving only the axe in his hands.]] [[spoiler: It almost works, but he gets so tangled in the wreckage that he's unable to pull it free from his first victim to defend himself. [[CaptainObvious He dies.]]]]



* The end of ''[[Franchise/FridayThe13th Friday the 13th: Carnival Of Maniacs]]'' has Jason going on a rampage at a music video recording he was being used as a prop in while comatose. He kills one of the band members by throwing a cymbal with enough force to slit the guy's throat.



* The novel ''{{Mothstorm}}'' by Philip Reeve has hostile aliens whose primary weapons seem to be sedative-tipped darts blown from things that are consistently described as looking like bagpipes.
* The end of ''[[Franchise/FridayThe13th Friday the 13th: Carnival Of Maniacs]]'' has Jason going on a rampage at a music video recording he was being used as a prop in while comatose. He kills one of the band members by throwing a cymbal with enough force to slit the guy's throat.
* In the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'', [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Mandalorian]] instruments can often double as these. Their idea of a flute has a sword blade attached.

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* The novel ''{{Mothstorm}}'' ''Literature/{{Mothstorm}}'' by Philip Reeve has hostile aliens whose primary weapons seem to be sedative-tipped darts blown from things that are consistently described as looking like bagpipes.
* One of Creator/SamuelRDelany's ''Literature/{{Nova}}'' protagonists has senso-syrinx, a complex futuristic instrument capable of projecting holographic images, complete with sound and odours. The end of ''[[Franchise/FridayThe13th Friday thing is, it includes a laser to create holograms, has a very sharp focus and runs on near-inexhaustible batteries. As the 13th: Carnival Of Maniacs]]'' has Jason going bad guys learn the hard way, with [[ImprovisedWeapon its maximum output focused on a rampage at person]], it can knock them out with horrible stench, blow their eardrums out and not only blind them with a music video recording he was being laser, but ''[[KillItWithFire set them ablaze]]''.
* In the Literature/PhryneFisher mystery ''The Green Mill Murder'', the mute in a cornet is
used as a prop in while comatose. He kills one of the band members by throwing a cymbal with enough force to slit the guy's throat.
* In the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'', [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Mandalorian]] instruments can often double as these. Their idea of a flute has a sword blade attached.
blowgun.



* In JoeAbercrombie's ''Literature/BestServedCold'', the main characters hire a band of thugs who pose as [[DreadfulMusician musicians]]. One of the thugs has his lute built around an axe, on the theory that the lute will break on impact, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment leaving only the axe in his hands.]] [[spoiler: It almost works, but he gets so tangled in the wreckage that he's unable to pull it free from his first victim to defend himself. [[CaptainObvious He dies.]]]]
* In the Literature/PhryneFisher mystery ''The Green Mill Murder'', the mute in a cornet is used as a blowgun.
* One of Creator/SamuelRDelany's ''Literature/{{Nova}}'' protagonists has senso-syrinx, a complex futuristic instrument capable of projecting holographic images, complete with sound and odours. The thing is, it includes a laser to create holograms, has a very sharp focus and runs on near-inexhaustible batteries. As the bad guys learn the hard way, with [[ImprovisedWeapon its maximum output focused on a person]], it can knock them out with horrible stench, blow their eardrums out and not only blind them with a laser, but ''[[KillItWithFire set them ablaze]]''.

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* In JoeAbercrombie's ''Literature/BestServedCold'', the main characters hire a band ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'', [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Mandalorian]] instruments can often double as these. Their idea of thugs who pose as [[DreadfulMusician musicians]]. One of the thugs has his lute built around an axe, on the theory that the lute will break on impact, [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment leaving only the axe in his hands.]] [[spoiler: It almost works, but he gets so tangled in the wreckage that he's unable to pull it free from his first victim to defend himself. [[CaptainObvious He dies.]]]]
* In the Literature/PhryneFisher mystery ''The Green Mill Murder'', the mute in
a cornet is used as a blowgun.
* One of Creator/SamuelRDelany's ''Literature/{{Nova}}'' protagonists has senso-syrinx, a complex futuristic instrument capable of projecting holographic images, complete with sound and odours. The thing is, it includes a laser to create holograms,
flute has a very sharp focus and runs on near-inexhaustible batteries. As the bad guys learn the hard way, with [[ImprovisedWeapon its maximum output focused on a person]], it can knock them out with horrible stench, blow their eardrums out and not only blind them with a laser, but ''[[KillItWithFire set them ablaze]]''.sword blade attached.



* Eaglebones Falconhawk and his brother Eagleclaw from ''Series/TheAquabatsSuperShow'' duel against each other with guitars that [[FrickinLaserBeams shoot lasers]].
* One enemy agent in ''Series/TheAvengers'' had a clarinet with a blade that would slide out of the bell when the right key was pressed. He used it twice: once to kill a fellow he caught trying to steal the McGuffin, and once in an unsuccessful fight with Steed ... who remarked that the instrument probably played "sharp."
* ''Series/DoctorWho'':
** In [[Recap/DoctorWho2005CSTheChristmasInvasion "The Christmas Invasion"]], the [[BadSanta robot Father Christmases]] wield brass instruments that double as weapons, including a trombone-flamethrower.
** The evil robot Santas return the following year in [[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride "The Runaway Bride"]] and attack a wedding reception with their weaponized instruments.
* An episode of ''Series/FridayThe13thTheSeries'' featured a cursed violin. The violin itself wasn't used as a weapon, but the blade hidden in the bow certainly was.



* The villainous Basco from ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' has a trumpet that when played with Ranger Keyes inside, can summon those keys as mindless evil copies of those rangers. The trumpet is also capable of stealing the Ultimate Power from past Sentai who carry it.



* In the ''Series/MIHigh'' episode "The Visit", the enemy spies use an alpine horn that spews knockout gas.
* ''Series/MissFishersMurderMysteries'': "The Green Mill Murder" (adapted from the Literature example above) has the mute in a cornet used as a blowgun.



* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' special "The Christmas Invasion", the [[BadSanta robot Father Christmases]] wield brass instruments that double as weapons, including a trombone-flamethrower.
* In the ''Series/MIHigh'' episode "The Visit", the enemy spies use an alpine horn that spews knockout gas.
* An episode of ''Series/FridayThe13thTheSeries'' featured a cursed violin. The violin itself wasn't used as a weapon, but the blade hidden in the bow certainly was.
* One enemy agent in ''Series/TheAvengers'' had a clarinet with a blade that would slide out of the bell when the right key was pressed. He used it twice: once to kill a fellow he caught trying to steal the McGuffin, and once in an unsuccessful fight with Steed ... who remarked that the instrument probably played "sharp."

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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' special "The Christmas Invasion", the [[BadSanta robot Father Christmases]] wield brass instruments that double as weapons, including a trombone-flamethrower.
* In the ''Series/MIHigh'' episode "The Visit", the enemy spies use an alpine horn that spews knockout gas.
* An episode of ''Series/FridayThe13thTheSeries'' featured early ''Series/MurderSheWrote'' episode, "Death to a cursed violin. The violin itself wasn't used as Jazz Beat", offered an inversion; a weapon, but the blade hidden in the bow certainly was.
* One enemy agent in ''Series/TheAvengers'' had
jazz clarinetist who was planning on firing his back-up band before signing a huge recording contract was murdered by a poisoned clarinet with a blade that would slide out of the bell when the right key was pressed. He used it twice: once to kill a fellow he caught trying to steal the McGuffin, and once in an unsuccessful fight with Steed ... who remarked that the instrument probably played "sharp."reed.



* Eaglebones Falconhawk and his brother Eagleclaw from ''Series/TheAquabatsSuperShow'' duel against each other with guitars that [[FrickinLaserBeams shoot lasers]].
* An early ''Series/MurderSheWrote'' episode, "Death to a Jazz Beat", offered an inversion; a jazz clarinetist who was planning on firing his back-up band before signing a huge recording contract was murdered by a poisoned clarinet reed.



* The villainous Basco from ''Series/KaizokuSentaiGokaiger'' has a trumpet that when played with Ranger Keyes inside, can summon those keys as mindless evil copies of those rangers. The trumpet is also capable of stealing the Ultimate Power from past Sentai who carry it.
* ''Series/MissFishersMurderMysteries'': "The Green Mill Murder" (adapted from the Literature example above) has the mute in a cornet used as a blowgun.



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* The shakuhachi (Zen bamboo flute) of Japan; initially it was just a normal flute, no military applications attached. However, when the samurai that normally used it became unemployed and unable to use their swords by law, they beefed the flute up to be strong enough to be used as a club, thus becoming their main weapon of defense.
* A sufficiently hard instrument ''case'' works as a decent ImprovisedWeapon, if you're not too worried about the instrument inside - it hurts plenty to be hit in the head with a flute case.
* And then there's the 1812 Overture. No less than 16 cannon shots are written in that piece.
** Music/{{ACDC}} incorporated cannons into their stage act for "For Those About to Rock".
** Also by AC/DC, the cover for ''[[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f6/Acdc_If_You_Want_Blood_You%27ve_Got_It.JPG If You Want Blood You've Got It]]''.
* [[Music/{{KISS}} Gene Simmons']] bass looks like an axe. Unfortunately it's only functional as a bass.
* The shawm (an ancestor of the oboe) was used as a weapon from time to time.
* An unspecified spy service apparently at least once modified a flute to fire a single pistol round. The instrument was still fully functional for musical purposes.
* The Clave: http://www.trsdirect.com/ Although listing this as real life could be a stretch.
* This is an InvokedTrope for some military weapons, due to their many rows of barrels resembling an organ's pipes, leading to the weapons being referred to as such:
** The Katyusha, the original Soviet MRLS artillery piece, was nicknamed "Stalin's Organ" by the Wehrmacht.
** The "Organ gun", also known as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ribauldequin Ribauldequin]] or infernal machine, was an early form of field artillery. Its name derives from its appearences - several small-calibre barrels placed in a row, which were than fired in lethal volleys. It also appears in ''VideoGame/MedievalIITotalWar'' and ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}''.
** Some Allied UsefulNotes/WorldWarII tanks carried a similar rocket array, certain models of which were dubbed "calliope" in certain areas.
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* Telv's steel-plated banjo from ''PlanescapeSurvivalGuide ''.

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* Telv's steel-plated banjo from ''PlanescapeSurvivalGuide ''Webcomic/PlanescapeSurvivalGuide ''.



* Penk in ''WebComic/GuildedAge'' uses his drum as a weapon. Wav can also use his keytar in combat, at least against the EldritchAbomination summoned by cultists, since its form is disrupted by rhythmic harmonies.

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* Penk in ''WebComic/GuildedAge'' ''Webcomic/GuildedAge'' uses his drum as a weapon. Wav can also use his keytar in combat, at least against the EldritchAbomination summoned by cultists, since its form is disrupted by rhythmic harmonies.


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[[folder:Real Life]]
* The shakuhachi (Zen bamboo flute) of Japan; initially it was just a normal flute, no military applications attached. However, when the samurai that normally used it became unemployed and unable to use their swords by law, they beefed the flute up to be strong enough to be used as a club, thus becoming their main weapon of defense.
* A sufficiently hard instrument ''case'' works as a decent ImprovisedWeapon, if you're not too worried about the instrument inside - it hurts plenty to be hit in the head with a flute case.
* And then there's the 1812 Overture. No less than 16 cannon shots are written in that piece.
** Music/{{ACDC}} incorporated cannons into their stage act for "For Those About to Rock".
** Also by AC/DC, the cover for ''[[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/f/f6/Acdc_If_You_Want_Blood_You%27ve_Got_It.JPG If You Want Blood You've Got It]]''.
* [[Music/{{KISS}} Gene Simmons']] bass looks like an axe. Unfortunately it's only functional as a bass.
* The shawm (an ancestor of the oboe) was used as a weapon from time to time.
* An unspecified spy service apparently at least once modified a flute to fire a single pistol round. The instrument was still fully functional for musical purposes.
* The Clave: http://www.trsdirect.com/ Although listing this as real life could be a stretch.
* This is an InvokedTrope for some military weapons, due to their many rows of barrels resembling an organ's pipes, leading to the weapons being referred to as such:
** The Katyusha, the original Soviet MRLS artillery piece, was nicknamed "Stalin's Organ" by the Wehrmacht.
** The "Organ gun", also known as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ribauldequin Ribauldequin]] or infernal machine, was an early form of field artillery. Its name derives from its appearences - several small-calibre barrels placed in a row, which were than fired in lethal volleys. It also appears in ''VideoGame/MedievalIITotalWar'' and ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}''.
** Some Allied UsefulNotes/WorldWarII tanks carried a similar rocket array, certain models of which were dubbed "calliope" in certain areas.
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24th Mar '17 9:42:25 PM Scrounge
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** Soundwave also has a keytar that transforms into [[BatOutOfHell Ratbat]]. Both Laserbeak and Ratbat can be used as sonic weaponry, and Ratbat can also be used to produce MindControlMusic.
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* In ''Film/OurManFlint'', Gila tries to murder Flint with a poison dart fired from a harp that she uses like a bow.
29th Jan '17 3:15:20 PM SteelEdge
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* Implied in ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiI'', where the three strongest 'sword' weapons are a violin, a trumpet, and a bell.
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