Difference between revisions of "Tin shakuhachi"
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|Size||1.5' x 1"|
The shakuhachi is a traditional Agatean tin end-blown flute that is finding ever-increasing favour with all types of musicians. The name shakuhachi comes from the length of this classical flute, which is over a foot long. The origin of the instrument has been traced back as far as ancient Djelibeybi.
|148||You play a boring tune on your tin shakuhachi.|
|148||You timidly play a slow and simple tune on your tin shakuhachi.|
|148||A clear melody sounds from your tin shakuhachi as you play it.|
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