A Collection of Five Japanese Bachi
Ivory, Whalebone and Tortoiseshell
The bachi is a Japanese pick or plectrum which is used to play the shamisen which is a three stringed instrument with a construction similar to a banjo having a skin stretched both back and front over a hollow body. The size, shape and material of which a bachi is made depends on the type of music to be played as well as the skill of the musician; softer more flexible materials being easier to play with than harder materials which also produce a stronger sound.
Lengths ranging from 20.5 to 25.5 cm (8.25 to 10.25 in)
Private U.K. Collection
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