Thank you Ben, I am getting really hooked on the sweet tones
thanks, Ben. Now if I can just figure out how to make dulcimer tab from guitar tab.
Thank you Ben for the welcome... I have learned that Dulcimer friends are the friendliest. My husband and I went to the KMW (Kentucky Music Week) and we never met a stranger... Everyone was so welcoming... Happy strumming
Thank you Ben! Love the site, and look forward to getting to know the good folks!
Thanks Ben! I'm so glad to have found this group.
Thanks, Ben. Looking forward to it. Got to play a bass dulcimer yesterday at a friend's house. That is a real head turner.
Thank you, Ben. I'm really excited and so very glad to be here. It seems a wonderful community.
All the best,
Thanks for the warm welcome! Looking forward to being on board.
Thanks, Ben. Glad to be here.
Thanks Ben, very excited to learn and have Dulcimer community on this wonderful journey!
Thanks, Ben! Seems that way - appreciate your welcome!
Thanks Ben for the warm welcome!!!! Yes looks like a great place, am looking forward to learning so much from this site.
All the very best to you from England,
Thank you for the kind welcome, Ben.
i appreciate the welcome. I going to try to play this thing I’ve had awhile now. Looks like y’all might help. Thanks
Thank you for the welcome!
Thanks for the warm welcome, Ben! Olivia
Thanks. I'm looking forward to sharing and learning more about this wonderful instrument!
Thanks! Looking forward to learning a lot and having fun!
Thank you Ben!
Ben, I am brand new to the mountain dulcimer, but excited about it. I currently play hand drums, Irish Banjo and mandolin. Getting back to my Irish immigrant heritage. My great, great grandfather immigrated from Ireland ( a real WOP) and settled in the Ozarks and farmed. This new adventure is taking place in my third quarter century of life. What an awesome this is to play.