Jack Ferguson

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Location: Salem, VA
Country: US

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American Chestnut Demo


musician/member name: Music
Duration: 00:02:23
description:
Appalachian Flutes and Dulcimers American Chestnut Hourglass Dulcimer demo.
Shelley1
08/15/20 11:10:25AM @shelley1:

Hi Jack! That's a beautiful instrument. I'm glad to find you on here.


John C. Knopf
05/31/20 09:41:44PM @john-c-knopf:

Very nice,  Jack!  It's nice to know you found some prime chestnut to use.


Strumelia
05/31/20 12:57:44PM @strumelia:

Such beautiful wood!


Dusty Turtle
05/17/20 11:37:30PM @dusty-turtle:

Nice bright, clear tone.  And what beautiful wood.


Ken Longfield
05/17/20 08:34:43PM @ken-longfield:

Very nice Jack. I like the sound of the chestnut dulcimer. I imagine the wood will darken with age.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."


Richard Streib
05/17/20 08:18:46PM @richard-streib:

Sounds good Jack. Thanks for sharing.


Steven Berger
05/17/20 05:59:00PM @steven-berger:

That's some beautiful wood, and it sounds real nice!


Jack Ferguson
05/17/20 02:14:48PM @jack-ferguson:

NOTE: Many of the originial Appalachian Dulcimers were made from American Chestnut because of it's availability.