And in Germany, a cyclist fan and inventor has spend months building a giant cycling guitar. He is hoping to secure a world record.
Your eyes are not playing tricks.
You can't really play it, but you certainly can ride this giant guitar-shaped bicycle.
German bike fanatic Didi Senft has created what he says is the world's biggest rideable guitar.
He hopes it'll gain him a Guinness World Record:
[Didi Senf, Guitar Bike Inventor]:
"I think it's the biggest rideable guitar in the universe. It's well over 14 metres long and is more than four metres tall, which means you can't ride it on public roads. But it will soon be put in front of my museum so tourists from around the world can come and take photos in front of it. Then you can see the difference in size between a person and a guitar."
The giant bike took Senft six months to build. And it's no mean feat to ride it, as it weighs half a tonne.
But this isn't Senft's first wacky vehicle.
He's become well-known in his native Germany for other creations like this bike to celebrate the football World Cup in 2006.
And for Senft the only way to celebrate his latest invention: to rock to the sounds of a normal-sized guitar.