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My First Cardboard Dulcimer Build

musician/member name: People & Blogs
Duration: 00:02:17
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.
Jan Potts
08/18/21 05:07:25PM @jan-potts:

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!

Dusty Turtle
08/08/21 11:08:34PM @dusty-turtle:

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.

John C. Knopf
08/07/21 10:09:35PM @john-c-knopf:

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.

08/07/21 05:52:56PM @marg:

Has a nice sound, keep it up - interesting dulcimers you are coming up with.

Ken Longfield
08/07/21 04:12:06PM @ken-longfield:

A very creative and interesting build. Nice job. Thanks for sharing.


"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."