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Jani, who hails from the Tambunan District of Malaysia, has showcased the conical musical instrument at the recent Sabah Fest, has sold 35 'somporing' and is banking on more orders not just from music enthusiasts but also from those eyeing unique Sabah traditional souvenirs; a small 'somporing' fetches RM500 while larger ones go for RM1, 000 inclusive of a bamboo case. "It takes me about four days to a week to make one 'somporing' and I use the money to support my wife and six children. Sometimes, I perform traditional tunes and popular English, Chinese and Japanese songs. I have also composed a few tunes."
Jani has also made a bamboo guitar, which he is hoping to introduce at the end of this month.