Item:Plain orangewood bass viol painted with purple lemurs

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plain orangewood bass viol painted with purple lemurs
Look: The bright orange hue of the orangewood is hidden by tiny silhouettes of lemurs in various poses painted in glossy purple paint.
Weight: Unknown
Appraised Cost: Unknown
Special Properties:
  • This is a musical instrument (or a tool to play, repair, or clean one).
Dimensions: 9 length x 5 width x 3 height
Sources: Source is Musiceum (3), Musiceum (2)

Appraisal

  • You are certain that the bass viol is crafted from wood.
  • You are certain that the bass viol is created with exquisite craftsmanship.
  • You are certain that the bass viol is strung with a set of four silk strings.
  • You are certain that the bass viol needs a bow to be played.

Recall

You search your mind for what you know of the bass viol...

The bass viol, or double bass, is the largest and lowest-pitched bowed string instrument of the viol family. When playing the bass viol, the bassist either stands or sits on a high stool while leaning the instrument against their body with the bass viol turned slightly inwards for more accessibility to the strings. Because of this stance, the body of the bass viol has distinct sloped shoulders.