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Biwa
Group: Stringed - it's implement Bachi
Description: A short necked lute, triangular in shape that is designed to be played while held upright at a slight angle. It has five frets and four strings which are played with a bachi.
Weight: 3 8/9 lb
Size: about two and a half feet long and about six inches wide
2.5ft x 6 in
Appraise: The biwa is about two and a half feet long and about six inches wide. It is made of wood and appears to be a musical instrument from the stringed family. It is in excellent condition.
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Strumming
  1. A horrible noise, akin to a small animal being tortured, comes from your [instrument] as you strum it.
  2. You carelessly play a few clashing notes on your [instrument].
  3. You strum the same chord monotonously on your [instrument].
  4. You strum a few chords on your [instrument].
  5. You strum the same chord over and over on your [instrument].
  6. You quickly strum a sequence of chords on your [instrument].
  7. You deftly strum a few chords progressions on your [instrument].
  8. You skillfully strum a pleasant sequences of chords on your [instrument].
Playing
  1. You create a horrible racket on your biwa.
  2. You play a discordant jumble of notes on your biwa.
  3. You pluck a few clashing notes on your biwa.
  4. You play an annoying tune on your biwa.
  5. You play a few simple notes on your biwa.
  6. An eerie melody come from your biwa as you deftly play it.
  7. You expertly play an interesting and upbeat tune on your biwa.
  8. With graceful movements, you play an emotional melody on your biwa.
Performing
  1. You create a noise akin to that made when a raven finds an eyeball as you perform a solo on [instrument].
  2. You perform an irritating solo on your [instrument].
  3. You play a humdrum solo on your [instrument].
  4. You perform a lacklustre solo on your [instrument].
  5. You timidly perform a peaceful solo on your [instrument].
  6. You play a peaceful solo on your [instrument].
  7. You expertly perform a creative solo on your [instrument].
  8. Demonstrating flair and creativity, you perform a beautiful yet reflective solo on your [instrument].
Serenading
  1. You serenade [] with a few clashing notes on your [instrument], [he/she] does not look impressed.
  2. You serenade [] with an awful melody on your You play a few clashing chords on your [instrument].
  3. You serenade [] with an uninteresting tune on your [instrument].
  4. You play a simple tune on your [instrument] for [].
  5. You play a tiresome tune for [] on your [instrument].
  6. You skillfully serenade [] with a moving melody on your [instrument].
  7. With elegant movements you play a folksong about two doves on your [instrument], serenading [].
  8. Working your [instrument] seductively, you serenade [] with a romantic tune.