Thank You Richard,
I'm looking forward to interacting with and learning from the members of this forum.
Thank you! I'm happy to have stepped into the light
Thanks so much. My goal is to learn to play her, more than TTLS and boil that cabbage down, to surprise my wife. I have zero music ability so it's going to be a challenge. I think I landed in the right spot. Thanks again for rolling out the welcome mat. Shalom.
Thankyou! I can't wait to dig in to all the great content here!
Hi Richard, and thanks for the welcome. Seems like a nice group here, can't wait to learn from y'all.
Thanks for the warm welcome. I'm looking forward to exploring the site and learning to play my new (old) dulcimer.
Thanks for the welcome. I'm looking forward to learning to play the dulcimer and to making new friends.
Many thanks for the warm welcome, Richard. And thank you also for providing me with a name for my disorder!
Thanks, Richard for your encouragement. There is a dulcimer club not far from me but they meet at a time when I can't attend. But I'm getting so much help and encouragement here!
Richard, I saw an old comment where you were interesteed in a Presnell. I have one that I am planning to sell, as I clear out my inventory in preparation for my eventual promotion.
It is a Cherry 6-string dulcimer that I bought for my collection 2 or 3 years ago. I bought it with a partner, then later I bought him out.
I have not played it, as I am really not a player.
If you are interested, let me know, and I'll send info and photos.
Thank you so much for the warm welcome. I am happy to be here.
Thanks Richard !
On starting a discussion, are you sending me the welcome via my profile ? I did start a new topic thread about a Warren May dulcimer. This site is kind of confusing/different than the guitar forum I frequent.
Thank You. I am so looking forward to this.
Thanks, Richard! I'm looking forward to learning from this community!
Thank you Richard. I look forward to talking with some great people.
Good for you my friend. Stay with it. How's the progress?
Thank you, Richard! It's good to be here.