FolkRoots baritone teardrop $400
James I think that mentioning the bagpipe tuning in your title makes it seem like it can't be tuned like a 'regular' baritone dulcimer. Perhaps you should remove that tuning mention from your thread title.
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James, can I ask why you specify the way you have tuned this dulcimer? Couldn't it be tuned AEa or GDg or other standard baritone tunings?
Dusty T., Northern California
As a musician, you have to keep one foot back in the past and one foot forward into the future.
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This is a really nice instrument. I had the opportunity to play it. I can easily be converted to a double melody string instrument or you can play it as a three string dulcimer without changing the bridge and nut. If I'm wrong about this James, please correct me. By the way, this is a really good price and I have no financial interest in this.
"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."
updated by @ken-longfield: 01/14/19 09:27:13AM
After much though, I have decided to sell my less then a year old FolkRoots d series teardrop dulcimer in G-gg-g bagpipe tuning. African mahogany back and sides, walnut top, Celtic shield soundhole rosettes, doubled middle string, single melody, with 6.5 fret. I am selling it for $400 plus shipping. Message for more information.