Michael Ebersohl


Location: North Aurora, IL
Country: US

My Latest Followers:

Cynthia Wigington Mr. Phil Mcdaniel Jan Potts Rob N Lackey Dusty Turtle Ken Longfield Strumelia


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Cindy Stammich
12/28/14 07:01:29PM @cindy-stammich:
Hi Michael! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Did your new dulcimers arrive yet? Just wondering! That will be a great way to ring in the new year!
Cindy Stammich
12/15/14 10:41:48PM @cindy-stammich:
Hi Michael,Sooo - any word on your new arrivals yet? Are they going to make it in time for Christmas? I sure hope so! How exciting!
Jan Potts
11/25/14 09:50:26PM @jan-potts:

You went to college in my father's family's neck of the woods--Carbondale and Mulphysboro area! I fully intend to head over that way some day and do some genealogical research! Smile.gif

Cindy Stammich
11/22/14 09:14:38PM @cindy-stammich:
Congratulations on the impending arrival of your new McSpadden instruments! You are getting more than one....So what did you decide on? It would be great if they make it for Christmas :-) I am excited for you and your wife!
Cindy Stammich
11/04/14 11:44:54PM @cindy-stammich:
I agree with you about the fingerpicking!I just recently started fingerpicking and also noter-drone...After playing a long time - flat picking and strumming in DAD.....There it is again.....DAD.....whatever it means!
Cindy Stammich
11/04/14 07:14:13PM @cindy-stammich:
Uh oh, gonna take a test drive huh?When are you going to do that?My baritone is a McSpadden and I love it! Also, the dulcimer that my grandson played at Fernwood is a McSpadden.Is this one for fingerpicking? Just wondering.Good luck with that!
Cindy Stammich
11/03/14 10:10:21PM @cindy-stammich:
How is that "DAD" (Dulcimer Aquisition Decision) coming :-)Sorry - once again - I couldn't resist!
Guy Babusek
10/31/14 01:08:46PM @guy-babusek:

H1Michael! My favorite dulcimer for fingerpicking is Aeolus.

Stephanie Stuckwisch
10/29/14 11:46:14PM @stephanie-stuckwisch:

I actually have 2 Blue Lions. My first was a walnut w/ cedar top. The second is rosewood w/ cedar top. The walnut has a nice mellow tone, but I prefer the rosewood. It has a very full, rich tone. You can hear the rosewood on the video I posted.

10/23/14 05:19:07PM @strumelia:

Welcome to you Michael!

Cindy Stammich
10/23/14 08:45:59AM @cindy-stammich:
I am anxious for you to share with us!
Cindy Stammich
10/23/14 08:44:26AM @cindy-stammich:
Hi Michael!I am happy to be your friend and glad you are here!This is such a wonderful place.....The only way it could be better is if we could all meet and have a worldwide dulcimer fest
Rob N Lackey
10/22/14 06:39:37AM @rob-n-lackey:

Welcome, Michael, to this little corner of dulcimer heaven. Hope you enjoy it here.


John Keane
10/21/14 11:42:50PM @john-keane:

I just noticed where you are from. We spent the night in Salem on 10/11 at the old Holiday Inn (I think it's called Guest House now...the one with the Denny's attached). We were headed home after doing a workshop in Indiana at Folkcraft, Small world! Smile.gif

John Keane
10/21/14 09:13:05PM @john-keane:

Howdy and welcome to FOTMD!

Ken Longfield
10/21/14 07:15:18PM @ken-longfield:

Welcome to FOTMD Michael. It's good to have you aboard.


"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Karen Keane
10/21/14 06:53:05PM @karen-keane:
Hello and welcome to the site. This is a great place to share ideas and listen to music. I hope you enjoy!
Jim Fawcett
10/21/14 05:22:44PM @jim-fawcett:

Hey Michael, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us.

Ben Barr Jr
10/21/14 04:44:00PM @benjamin-w-barr-jr:

Hi Michael, and welcome to the wonderful world of the Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer. It's a good place to come, spend some time, learn about the dulcimer, and to meet some good people.