My First Cardboard Dulcimer Build
musician/member name: People & Blogs
this dulcimer took a bit under 3 hours of worktime not including drying, cost under 10 dollars, and was made using tools most people own or can borrow in my living room.
Great sound coming from your creative build! I'm impressed!
*** Ha ha! I just read Dusty's comment and we both said the same thing. Impressive sound!
If you had told me you bought a dulcimer for $300 and got that sound, I would have said you got a deal. The fact that you made a dulcimer that sounds that good for almost no cost at all is amazing. Most impressive.
Congratulations on your creativity and resourcefulness, Nate! It doesn't take first-quality exotic woods or expert joinery to craft a decent-sounding dulcimer. Nice job.
Has a nice sound, keep it up - interesting dulcimers you are coming up with.
A very creative and interesting build. Nice job. Thanks for sharing.
"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."