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Traditional Loop Ends

musician/member name: Dulcimore Dan
Duration: 00:07:41
How to for those who want to make their own traditional music wire strings. I get mine @ https://www.mapesstrings.com/product-category/dulcimer-wire/ ...good stuff!
Ken Longfield
09/10/18 05:23:38PM @ken-longfield:

Good video, Dan. A little different from what I do and a little more elegant. I'll have to try your method. Thanks for sharing. Should be a good demonstration at Berea.


"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

robert schuler
09/09/18 06:02:07PM @robert-schuler:

Thanks Dan, Some years ago I used to build bowed psalteries and hammered dulcimers. I needed to make anywhere from 25 to 62 strings for each instrument. It was worthwhile to buy a winding tool to save time and my sanity. The tool is basically a vise mounted adaptation of your very nice hand held winder... Robert

09/09/18 01:07:05PM @dan:

Many thanks guys!


Kevin R.
09/09/18 10:27:19AM @kevin-r:

This is really helpful. Thank you, Dan.

John C. Knopf
09/08/18 11:02:13PM @john-c-knopf:

Nice video, Dan.  

Richard Streib
09/08/18 09:04:31PM @richard-streib:

Great video, Dan. Thanks for sharing of all your knowledge and experience.