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Four Green Fields

musician/member name: People & Blogs
Duration: 00:01:58
First playing of a newly finished Mountain Dulcimer (Number 87). It has a double-bottom which helps create a lovely sustain and a little more volume. Made of Poplar (painted) and Northern Cherry.
12/21/19 11:17:00PM @bob:

Steven, yes Poplar is a really wonderful tonewood indeed! (I just wish it looked nice). If I get free time I really want t build a double-bottom Scheitholt using Poplar. I think that would sound amazing!

Steven Berger
12/21/19 10:46:37PM @steven-berger:

Beautiful sounding dulcimer, Bob! Poplar is a great tonewood!