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Bandai 1/144 Dahack

$24.00 USD
The Dahak, a Middle Eastern string instrument, features a warm, resonant sound perfect for traditional music, jazz, and even classical. Learn more about this versatile instrument!
Key features

1. Distinctive Sound:

  • The Dahak produces a unique and captivating sound, characterized by its:

2. Versatility:

  • The Dahak is not limited to one specific genre of music. Its versatility allows it to be played in:

3. Cultural Significance:

  • The Dahak carries cultural significance beyond its musical function:
Series Assembly Guide FAQ

Bandai 1/144 Dahack

The Dahack from the final battle is here complete with a full array of beam and shield effect parts! The articulated arms on the backpack allow you to make some amazing dynamic poses!

  • Includes Beam Barriers, Bean Sabers and a display stand.
  • The multi-jointed four arms on its back have mobility and they make it possible to recreate various actions. Beam Sabers can be attached to the tips of the arms.
  • The heads of the Beam Cannons are movable.
  • Beam Barriers are recreated with clear parts.
  • The parts of the flat hands are recreated with foil stickers to express the emission of the light. The wrists can be moved widely.
  • Includes the hand parts for recreating generating beam barriers.
  • The pipes on its waist are recreated.
  • Runner x13, Foil sticker x1, Instruction manual x1

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Assembly Guide

Skill Level.2 Basic modeling skills are required. Parental supervision may be required for younger children. These kits are generally suitable for beginner builders. A basic set of modeling tools are required including nippers, hobby knife, sanding sticks/paper, file, and tweezers. No glue is needed for the general assembly. Parts will need to be removed by using a pair of nippers and cutting the part away from the runner. Parts may require clean-up where they were removed from the runner.

Gunpla (plastic model kits) are a snap together assembly and do not need plastic cement to complete. We always recommend having some plastic cement handy as a part of your modeler's tool kit. If you prefer to fix your model in a particular pose then plastic cement will work. Plastic cement is also perfect to use if a joint is loose. Apply plastic cement in a single thin layer and allow it to dry completely before test fitting. Re-apply more cement if necessary.

Gunpla (plastic model kits) are designed to be built and displayed without the need for painting. Kits are molded in different colours replicating the colours of the actual mecha from the Gundam series. A technique called colour separation, where multiple parts of the model are molded in different colours on the same sprue is also used. Gundam kits often include stickers or water-slide decals that can be applied to the model to enhance its appearance. Some Gunpla kits come with pre-painted parts or parts with pre-applied details, such as metallic or translucent finishes.

Many modelers still choose to paint their kits to customize and add further detail. Painting allows for more creativity and personalization, enabling modelers to achieve unique effects, weathering, and colour schemes that may not be available out of the box. However, the kits are designed to be enjoyable and visually appealing even without painting, making them accessible to a wide range of hobbyists.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Dahak made of?

The Dahak is traditionally made of wood, but modern versions can be made of metal or plastic. The type of material used can affect the weight, durability, and price of the Dahak.

How big is the Dahak?

The Dahak comes in a variety of sizes, so it is important to choose one that is the right size for you. The size of the Dahak will affect its weight, portability, and price.

How does the Dahak work?

The Dahak is a percussion instrument that is played by hitting the strings with a mallet. The strings are made of metal or nylon, and they are attached to a wooden frame. The frame has a resonator that amplifies the sound of the strings.

What kind of sound does the Dahak make?

The Dahak has a rich, resonant sound that can be both loud and soft. The sound of the Dahak can be used to create a variety of musical styles, including traditional Middle Eastern music, jazz, and classical music.

How much does the Dahak cost?

The Dahak can range in price from a few hundred dollars to several thousand dollars. The price of the Dahak will depend on the size, material, and brand. Here are some additional questions that a buyer might ask about a Dahak: What is the history of the Dahak? How is the Dahak made? What are the benefits of playing the Dahak? Where can I learn to play the Dahak? What are some popular Dahak players?

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