Dulcimer builder and player.
Hey Jack, are you still making Scheitholt replicas? I am interested in a small one, like a pocket model.
as soon as we get things squared away here I will let you know. we just wont tell my wife about it for now
One of these days Jack I am going to own one of the Chestnut Dulcimer's I think it is only right to have a Dulcimer made from wood that has the same name as me
Look forward to you coming to the Crooked Road Dulcimer Festival. You might like to bring along any dulcimers you might have available. I see that you have a few Native American Flutes. You might want to bring them as well. I play NA flute and usually travel with a few.
See you Thursday, Marsha
Jack, thank you for friend request, delighted to accept ! I did not make the comment specificaly to crib information from you about your Scheitholt, I was impressed by the apparent quality of the instrument, and the fact that I had only just posted on ED seeking information seemed too good a coincidence to overlook ! Like you, I get pleasure from playing on instruments that I have made (no flutes here tho', just mtn dulcimers, hammered dulcimers, and psaltries) and have started collecting info with a view to making a scheilhot, and would be more than happy to include any detail you are prepared to send me.
Very kind of you tosuggest we shouldkeep in touch when we're in the US. Will get back to you when we have the itinerary sorted a bit more!
Geoff and Anne
Hope you can come to the UK next year when you've made the break with the demon work.
Bristol (UK) Folk festival was great - two sold out MD workshops and a stall which seemed to be constantly busy with players and would-be players from 5 years upwards!
Maybe see you when we're in the States in June. Shall be at Dulcimerville and then touring NC and VA for a week or so.