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: The albarco balalaika appears to be a stringed instrument.
: You are certain that the albarco balalaika is crafted from wood.
: You are certain that the albarco balalaika is created with masterful craftsmanship.
: You are certain that the albarco balalaika is strung with a set of twelve gut strings.
: You are certain that the albarco balalaika needs a pick to be played.
* With a three-sided body, the balalaika is often considered a quintessential Toggish instrument as it can be considered unwieldy. While Togs themselves introduced the low resonating bass and contrabass balalaika to society, which could explain why other races found this instrument hard to manage -- other pitches have been adapted and intermingled into Elanthia culture including a piccolo, popular among gnomes. The balalaika in Toggish culture was often made use of during festive occasions because of the lively tones it can produce. A balalaika requires a pick or plectrum to play.
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