Global musical instruments

ozarklady
@ozarklady
6 years ago
16 posts

Thanks Strumelia just can't seem to figure where to post

Ken Hulme
Ken Hulme
@ken-hulme
6 years ago
2,010 posts

Looks like one of those Korean Hondo dulcimers, under a different name.  Not great, but not bad.  Worth maybe $50 total -- you can find them for that on Ebay.  Better than the rest listed there.


updated by @ken-hulme: 02/18/16 10:40:43PM
ozarklady
@ozarklady
6 years ago
16 posts

I found it on shopgoodwill.com , musical instruments, string

Ben Barr Jr
Ben Barr Jr
@benjamin-w-barr-jr
6 years ago
60 posts

I just looked and I have a Global Tear Drop model.  It needs a new nut though.  Okay.  That probably didn't come off just right...I wasn't talking about me!  

Rob N Lackey
Rob N Lackey
@rob-n-lackey
6 years ago
419 posts

Global was, I believe, a Korean company known for their cheap knock-offs of Gibson guitars in the 60s.  What you may have found is a pretty good dulcimer.  Is it hourglass or teardrop?  I've got one of those Korean teardrop knock-offs of the Magic Mountains that sounds really good and plays nice as well.

A pic or url would help us advise.  :)

 

Strumelia
Strumelia
@strumelia
6 years ago
2,103 posts

I moved this thread out of the Site Questions forum to a better forum category location.  smiler




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Noah Aikens
Noah Aikens
@noah-aikens
6 years ago
33 posts

it appears to be just an Applecreek.

Dan Goad
Dan Goad
@dan-goad
6 years ago
156 posts

Ozarklady, can you post the URL so that we can look at it.  I've never heard of Global so I'm extremely sceptical of this offer.

ozarklady
@ozarklady
6 years ago
16 posts

I just saw online where a Global musical instruments dulcimer is for sale. It looks like it's in good condition , but can't decide if its a good instrument. Anyone had any experience with this maker?


updated by @ozarklady: 06/08/16 09:24:05PM