Thanks, it's good to have friends
LOL! There's no singing on this one...it's just the speaking voice!
Thanks Mike! I'll see what I can do. I'm supposed to have #4 finished right now, but NASTY allergies make my voice sound "less than perfect" for a video that will chase me around for many months lol! I don't personally really use TAB, and therefore haven't posted any in the past.
We enjoyed it! We won't be able to make Mountain View in September, but we're looking at July.
HI mike. Sounds like you're getting off to a good start. Just do what YOU want to do with your music, play what and how YOU want to. Best wishes. That doesn't mean you can'tdo a request for someone who wants to hear something that has a special meaning for them. I've gotten a lot of joy learning something special for someone else.Best wishes.
Glad to see you found this place. Lots of good information and advice will come from here concerning your dulcimer. Even better that the advice from Fiberglassrv about trailers.
Welcome Mike. Good to see you here on FOTMD. Have you checked out the TX group yet? Another site that might give you some help is Lisa's (Strumelia's) "Mountain Dulcimer Noter-drone Blog". You can find a link to it at the bottom of the right column here. We look forward to your participation. Best wishes.
Howdy and welcome to FOTMD from down the road in Shreveport!!!
Welcome, Mike, to this little corner of dulcimer heaven. Lots here for a beginner to absorb. I guess that's because there's a lot to learn about this "simple little duclimer." Hope you enjoy it here.
I have a Cripple Creek dulcimer that I made from a kit. I was in Manitou Springs visiting my brother-in-law and he took me to the dulcimer shop there. That was back in 07. Love it. Hope you enjoy yours as much as I enjoy mine, Mike.
Hey Mike, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us.
Hi Mike, and welcome to the 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.