A feast for the eyes and ears! And nose too, I bet! And probably the hands...
Very very well done, Jack.
Thanks for the nice notes. Red Cedar is best known for warding off moths, thus widely used in "cedar" chests. Also very popular for flutes given the soft, aromatic, sound it produces. I have been very pleased not only for the beautiful looks, but also for the light-weight features, and fantastic tonal qualities with my dulcimers.
really really beautiful....love the colors and all here. The sound is also great!! design lovely. The "red cedar"...............is it the same kind of cedar that is used for making cedar chests? sliced very very thin? aloha, irene
Bravo Jack!! Looks and sounds amazing!!
That is a real beauty, Jack - in look and sound.
Thanks Bobby! Hope you had a nice Christmas, and have a Happy New Year.
My latest Red Cedar over Walnut dulcimer.
Sounds beautiful friend!