A real Prichard Dulcimer

Patty from Virginia
Patty from Virginia
@patty-from-virginia
5 years ago
233 posts

Kevin, I know. I did remind my cousin that if he finds one while doing any renovation work in the Huntington area to let us know. I also said not to toss it if it's in bad shape. I hope we find one soon for you. 

Kevin Messenger
Kevin Messenger
@kevin-messenger
5 years ago
88 posts

Yep just like always day late and a dollar short. I wish I had seen that add first, it would be with me now. Oh well maybe some day...

Patty from Virginia
Patty from Virginia
@patty-from-virginia
5 years ago
233 posts

Ken, I agree. It is fun to see the different finishes. I imagine CN Prichard was quite a character (in the good sense) and probably loved variety.

Ken Longfield
Ken Longfield
@ken-longfield
5 years ago
790 posts

It is fun to see some of the different finishes on Prichard dulcimers. I like this one and may try it on the next one I make.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Dan
Dan
@dan
5 years ago
138 posts

Cool!

Lexie R Oakley
Lexie R Oakley
@lexie-r-oakley
5 years ago
232 posts

Awesome I really think the finish is interesting. Thanks for sharing.

Patty from Virginia
Patty from Virginia
@patty-from-virginia
5 years ago
233 posts

Just saw this on FB and wanted to share with you all. It's a real CN Prichard Dulcimer. I understand it's been on display at Wildwood Music for 20 years. Here is a link to Wildwood Music in Coshocton Ohio (pictures), http://www.wildwoodmusic.com/dulcimers.html?wppa-occur=1&lang=en&wppa-slide&wppa-album=1115&wppa-photo=14773


updated by @patty-from-virginia: 10/27/19 12:02:25PM