Hello, Doug, haven't seen you in ages! Which workshops are coming up for you?
I lived on E. 17th off of Kings Highway for many years. Now I'm in Park Slope. don't know how long ago you left Brooklyn, but the roots and old-timey music community is really rocking (not to mix metaphors).
Hey Doug, just stopping by to say "hello". Saw you at Evart and Midland last year, and my sister bought one of your dulcimers. With all my instruments, I'm having a hard time justfying one of yours, but Iwould love to have one. I visit Elderlys way too often. Just got into uke, as a matter of fact. Elderly's is my downfall. Susie
It's great to have you as a friend. Not only did you make me a great dulcimer, but you are also a heck of a whistle player.
P.S. My best dulcimer buddy at Louisville Dulcimer Society, Russ Embry told me he loved the sound. I let him play it and he said it played great. He is used to the 1 1/2 fret, so he is going to work with me on that.
thanks for the invite