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@Homer Ross started 3 weeks ago - replies: 1
@Robin Thompson started 4 weeks ago - replies: 6
I bought my first dulcimer (a walnut standard McSpadden) just over a year ago. I used to play guitar, but my arthritic fingers won't bend into the...
@Beth T started 4 weeks ago - replies: 1
@Randy Adams started 4 weeks ago - replies: 3
I have never used a Japanese saw but have been interested in trying one out. I'm wondering if anyone has had any experience using one for any wood...
@Homer Ross started one month ago - replies: 5
I am new to this forum as well as new to dulcimers and making them. So this may be a topic already covered somewhere on this site. I am working on...
@Cottage Timbre started 2 months ago - replies: 20
Hello skilled craftsmen, I've heard some people say that it takes them very long amounts of time to build a dulcimer in interviews. Often in the...
@NateBuildsToys started 2 months ago - replies: 8
Has anyone tried to sharpen a fret saw? If so how did it go? Thanks for your feedback.
@Homer Ross started 2 months ago - replies: 6
I'm just about to start making my first dulcimer. I've previously made a mahogany ukulele from a StewMac kit and a Cajon from scratch. For the...
@Liquidtouch started 2 months ago - replies: 18
What is the best way to clean old fret wire?
There are lots of methods touted online, from steel wool, to the fret erasers sold by Stew Mac, Frine...
@Dusty Turtle started 2 months ago - replies: 3