Nigel, in order to be able to post a new question or a new discussion in the Builder's Group (or in ANY Group), you first need to JOIN that Group and be a member of it. Go to the group page and click on the "Join" button. Then you will be able to post in the group.
Hi Nigel! I got your message- just checking in here on your profile page to see if you can see my new comment here. If you can, please use the "comment back" button to reply to me on MY profile page comment wall. Thanks!
Hi, Nigel! My guitar player informed me just shortly ago that he gave me some bad info about our tune "Waterswivel". The chords are C, F, and G yet the other information I'd given you can be forgotten. ;)
Hello and welcome to the site. This is a great place to share ideas and listen to music. I hope you enjoy!
Thanks Nigel. What's that Weissenborn you have hanging in the photo? Does it have a spruce top?
Hello Nigel, sorry for the late reply, busy day yesterday ! No prize I'm afraid , tho' an idea had been promoted, a session with John Shaw on his courting dulcimer ? unfortunately abandoned after consideration that it may have upset his usual partner !!! Val my friend, no letter from the Queen, in any case it would have been superseded by the congratulations here received from our Strumelia .
Tho' we are 'celebrating' the 100th member of the UK/European group , it should be noted that not all who may have joined actually have , never the less, we have among us people from the USA,Norway,Germany,France,Sweden,Poland,Italy,Spain,TheNetherlands,Scotland,Ireland,Wales, and not a few from England !
I thank those of you who make contribution to the site , to 'fly the flag' for the group as it were, and urge those of you who have not yet done so 'to have a go', the more of you that do, means the less I feel I have to
Hi Nigel, 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.
Hey Nigel, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us.
Hi Nigel and welcome.
I noticed 100 was coming up in the UK & European group last week, Five years ago I would never have guessed there were more than a dozen
Hey, that's mean, lol You'll have to give us a listen post Christmas Nigel. There are quite a few MD owners/players living in or around your general area, should you decide you also decide to join our sub-group, not only will you be able to easily pick out their locations, but you would become our 100th member !!!
Hello Nigel, a welcome to you from the UK/European group within FOTMD, glad to have you with us ! What dulcimer do you have?
Howdy and welcome to FOTMD!