Hello Ben and greetings to Maine. Thank you for welcoming me. I hope here to find a lot of inspiration for better learning to play my dulcimer. You can say that I am completely a beginner with this instrument. And I live in norther Germany without any traditions with dulcimer playing. But I love the american roots music and I feel I have to learn playing dulcimer more and more.
Have a nice sunday.
Thanks for the welcome. I already have seen several videos that I really like.
Thanks for the welcome.
Looking forward to learning to play the dulcimer and meeting some new friends.
Thanks for the welcome!
Thanks Ben for the warm welcome!
Hi Ben, thanks for the warm welcome!
Looking forward to lots of great advice from the forum members.
Hi Ben, thanks for the welcome. I'm very glad to have found the forum, what a great community and resource. Looking forward to getting involved!
Thanks for the welcome Ben!
Thanks for the welcome. I'm sure I'll have lots of questions as I start learning the dulcimer. I'm looking forward to it!
Many thanks for your warm welcome! 😊
Thank you for your welcome comments! I'll get a picture of my MD up asap :) Looking forward to listening and learning a lot here.
Thank you for the warm welcome. This past week, I have logged in numerous times to familiarize myself with the site and explore the threads and music. There is a lot of content here and some very knowledgeable and kind people.
Thanks Ben...already learning new things....
Thank you for the warm welcome Jim. That was the best job I ever had and I'd probably still be there had they survived!
Thanks for the friendly welcome, Ben. I'm having fun so far! With using a streaming service, everyone pays the dues....covering the music you use that is certainly not PD. Dulcimer music is not the one mountain voice it was at one time, either. We're all playing anything we want and writing what we haven't heard yet..... So, that royalty coverage was necessary.
Thanks so much for the warm welcome!
Thanks for the welcome, I appreciate it!
Thanks for your welcoming message, Ben. I look forward to getting to know the people here.
Hi Benjamin. Thanks for the welcome. I'll just probably remain with the one I have. At 74 I don't really want to learn a new tuning. I've done well with the DAA and am happy with just doing that. I have another dulcimer tuned to CGG. I tried tuning it to DAD but the strings slip. I probably need new strings on that one. I just find it hard locating music for DAA tunings but then I usually just figure out my own arrangements anyway.