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Cradling the mikkhalbamar psalmodicon in your hands, you carefully look it over from top to bottom, assessing what damage has been done to it. After a few moments, you realize that ...
You are certain that the mikkhalbamar psalmodicon is crafted from wood.
You are certain that the mikkhalbamar psalmodicon is very finely made.
A single-stringed instrument, the psalmodicon consists of a long box which houses its chromatic fretboard. The fretboard itself contains up to twenty-five semitone positions allowing the single string to give off a variety of tonalities and notes. Depending on size, the psalmodicon may be played like a fiddle, or while seated with the instrument across the lap. The psalmodicon gained popularity in Dwarven culture because of its simplicity, ease of use and its peculiar metallic tone which is thought to have reminded Dwarves away from home of the sound a pickaxe makes when hitting ore.
* See [[Item talk:Mikkhalbamar psalmodicon etched with a stylized map of Adamantia|Discussion]]
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