Item:Sanded bamboo shakuhachi stained varying hues of red and gold

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sanded bamboo shakuhachi stained varying hues of red and gold
Look: The shakuhachi is a mellow bamboo wind instrument with a mouthpiece hole near the top, located just below the notch in the bamboo segment that forms its end. The bamboo has been sanded down to a fine, smooth finish and dyed in an uneven pattern with red and gold hued stains in shapes reminiscent of autumnal leaves.
Weight: 10 stones
Appraised Cost: 2,500 Kronars
2,000 Lirums
1,804 Dokoras
2.5 LTBpoints
2.5 Tickets
2.5 Scrips
Special Properties:
Dimensions: 6 length x 1 width x 1 height
Sources: Sold by Ishamik's Instruments for 2,500 Lirums
Sold by Latanaara's Musical Wonders for 2,000 Lirums
Source is Latanaara's Musical Wonders, Ishamik's Instruments

No tool is needed to play this instrument.
Bard Recall: The bamboo shakuhachi is a simple form of flute fashioned from a length of bamboo or reed. In more civilized cultures it is often decorated with bands of minerals or gemstones between the finger holes or notched blow hole at the end, but it is not uncommon to see a fresh shakuhachi cut from a freshwater reed in more rustic locales.