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Amanda Palmer's Ukulele
Amanda Palmer's Ukulele

Origin

Amanda Palmer

Type

Ukulele

Effects

Hones on the frequencies of similar-minded individuals, directing them towards the user’s works

Downsides

Increases animosity of those opposed to user’s personality

Activation

Playing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Euterpe-583L

Aisle

418266-3918

Shelf

248382-7618-284

Date of Collection

April 27, 2016

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OriginEdit

Independent musician Amanda Palmer has performed in her own bands The Dresden Dolls and Grand Theft Orchestra, preferring niche audiences over mainstream popularity. Her works have dabbled with cabaret and punk themes, appealing to some listeners and alienating others.

However, her production conduct has generated more interest and controversy than her actual music. Palmer successfully raised $1.2 million in fan donations through Kickstarter, the largest amount for any artist at the time. During the same time period, she asked local artists to perform alongside her for exposure, food and hugs instead of payment. Many criticized her offer as hypocritical; Palmer responded that all the money was already spent on production, and she just wanted to reciprocate back with her fans on a personal level.

EffectsEdit

Strumming creates a localized pressure wave spanning several miles at best. The vibrations resonate between people with the most similar mindsets to the user’s own. The ‘listeners’ inexplicably feel compelled to search up the player and any projects they are involved with. Most find themselves immediate admirers of the person’s work, regardless of prior interest in the field.

The same wave also affects people with mentalities attuned to the near opposite of the wielder. Although not all are struck by the need to locate the user, those which do quickly form an acute disapproval of them. Much of their objection will be directed towards the user’s personal life instead of any perceived accomplishments or misdeeds.

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