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Hiren Roy's Sitar
Hiren Roy's Sitar

Origin

Hiren Roy

Type

Sitar

Effects

Makes water dance

Downsides

User becomes entranced in playing

Activation

Playing

Collected by

Warehouse 13

Section

Euterpe-583L

Aisle

27569-3084-295

Shelf

05755-3604-119

Date of Collection

November 8, 2004

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OriginEdit

Hiren Roy was an instrument maker from India and was widely considered the best maker of sitars, a style of Indian string instrument, in the world. His sitars were used by many great players and his legacy is continued by his sons, who have taken over his business.

EffectsEdit

The tuning and acoustics of the sitar are so immaculate that, when played, it causes water itself to dance. The style of music played affects the movement of the water, skilled players have been known to form intricate designs and patterns.

While playing, the user becomes so entranced by the sounds that it is almost impossible to get them to stop on their own.

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