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  1. Mountain Dulcimer

    I recently finished building this mountain dulcimer and it is an absolute joy to play! Dulcimers are relatively simple to build, similar to a guitar but easier. It has a black walnut back/sides, peghead, and fingerboard, a reclaimed redwood soundboard, eucalyptus red gum binding, and a honey...
  2. Hourglass mountain dulcimer

    This is a hourglass mountain dulcimer made from a piece of vertical grain fir that is over 200 years old. It features a galaxy back out of Honduran mahogany and curly maple. Finished with gunstock oil 6 coats and rubbed out with sheen conditioner (birch wood Casey) to cut down the gloss and make...
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    Dulcimer Nut and Bridge Replacement Over the summer my wife came home after visiting a former colleague and brought in an oldish mountain dulcimer. It had hung on the wall at her friend's house and she was wondering if it could be made to play. I'm no expert, but I took a good look at it. It...
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