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    How to find and use musical instruments in Terraria?

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    For those who want to have a good time in Terraria, you and your pals can now create a band together using musical instruments in the game. There are just a handful of instruments available, however you can play some of your favorite songs using them.

    You won’t be able to craft the instruments You need to find them by discovering them as random drops from NPCs throughout the world. These items are random drops, so you need to take out a range of various enemy NPCs to find the various musical instruments added with Update 1.4.

    The musical instruments in the game are not called ‘guitar’ or ‘drums.’ Instead, they are names of new songs. You can find a guitar called Rain Song, and it’ll play the track associated with the name. To play the instrument, have it in your upper toolbar and then equip it to your character. From there, you can easily use it as if you were to use a tool or a weapon, and your character can start playing it.

    There are most likely numerous new instruments in the game. These instruments are various than the other ones previously in the game you might purchase from the wizard, especially the harp.

    Because of the new update, we’re not too sure how many them there are, or where you can find them. Now, we know one of them drops from the Flying Fish that spawn while it’s raining. We’ll easily update this guide with more information about how to acquire them, how lots of there are in the game, and where you can get them.

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    1. How stupid can you be to literally write down misinformation and so confidently claim it as fact?

      “The musical instruments in the game are not called ‘guitar’ or ‘drums.’ ”
      There is literally an item called the Drum set. Which essentially is simply ‘Drums’.
      “You can find a guitar called Rain Song, and it’ll play the track associated with the name. ”

      That’s also completely incorrect, the item plays a sound depending on the mouse position, in no way does it automatically play a track.

      Don’t make claims about Terraria if you have absolutely no idea what you’re talking about, it’s extremely embarrassing.

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