Item:Carved khor'vela wood gansa-gambang
|carved khor'vela wood gansa-gambang|
|Look:||The khor'vela wood is intricately carved to form a ship perfect in every detail down to white oak barnacles affixed to the hull. Seven curved steel bars are secured along the edges of the cradle-shaped body, each carefully forged to produce perfect pitch.|
|Appraised Cost:|| 31,250 Kronars|
|Dimensions:||6 length x 3 width x 3 height|
- You are certain that the wood gansa-gambang is crafted from iron-bearing wood.
- You are certain that the wood gansa-gambang is finely made.
- You are certain that the wood gansa-gambang needs a hammer to be played.
You are certain that the wood gansa-gambang is of good quality.
The gansa-gambang is a large example of a metallophone that bears no less than seven curving metal bars placed upon a cradle-shaped body. Gansa-gambang's are often ornamentally carved to resemble dragons or other mythical beasts, with the head and tail rising to either end of the instrument while the belly forms its body. It is most often played with a wooden hammer or beater, and is of a size to make it more suited for homes and guildhouses than travel on the road.