Ringo

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Ringo
@ringo • 3 weeks ago • comments: 552
Posted a new Comment on @benjamin-w-barr-jr:
"Thanks for the wonderful welcome!"
Ringo
@ringo • 4 weeks ago • comments: 447
Posted a new Comment on @ken-longfield:
"I am a stick dulcimer player and was directed to this site because it had a stick dulcimer group. I also like the dulcimer music and tabs that can help me. I..."
Ringo
@ringo • 4 weeks ago • comments: 447
Posted a new Comment on @ken-longfield:
"Thank you I really love the stick dulcimer but haven't found much info. A little one here though!"
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@ringo • 4 weeks ago • comments: 301
Posted a new Comment on @richard-streib:
"Thanks for quick replies. Looking forward to it!"

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Ben Barr Jr
03/23/24 12:42:56PM @benjamin-w-barr-jr:

Hi Ringo, and welcome to the wonderful 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.

Ben


Ken Longfield
03/17/24 05:41:54PM @ken-longfield:

Well Ringo, you'll find over a hundred stick dulcimer enthusiasts in that group. There is a lot of useful information there which I think you will find helpful. Enjoy the group and the rest of the site.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."


Ken Longfield
03/17/24 04:13:37PM @ken-longfield:

What type of information are you looking for about a "stick dulcimer" which is not a mountain dulcimer. It does have a diatonically fretted fingerboard, but because it has a neck it is not by definition a dulcimer which is a member of the zither family of instruments where as a "stick dulcimer" is a member of the lute family. The tablature for a mountain dulcimer can be used with the "stick dulcimer."

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."


Richard Streib
03/17/24 01:17:37PM @richard-streib:

Welcome Ringo to Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer. Great to have you join. This is a great place to visit and learn with lots of expertise and experience vested in our many members. Best wishes on your dulcimer journey.


Ken Longfield
03/17/24 12:16:20PM @ken-longfield:

Welcome to FOTMD, Ringo. You will find lots of information here about dulcimers, their players, and makers. Have fun exploring this site. If you have any questions, just ask. It's good to have you aboard.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."