SheilaG

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What a Friend We Have in Jesus


musician/member name: Music
Duration: 00:03:01
description:
Trio of mountain dulcimer, banjo and guitar playing “What a Friend We Have in Jesus.” Dulcimer and banjo were both handmade by Ralph Dellinger in NC.
SheilaG
03/16/20 10:17:21AM @sheilag:

Jim Fawcett:

That was great. Really liked how you made the video.

Thank you!


Jim Fawcett
03/16/20 07:13:40AM @jim-fawcett:

That was great. Really liked how you made the video.


SheilaG
03/15/20 09:12:50PM @sheilag:

Terry Wilson:

A one person band.  Enjoyed it very much.  Thanks for sharing.

Thank you!


Terry Wilson
03/15/20 09:02:30PM @terry-wilson:

A one person band.  Enjoyed it very much.  Thanks for sharing.


SheilaG
03/09/20 09:01:28AM @sheilag:

 

Steven Berger:

The Headless Trio.....these guys sound pretty darn good.....maybe they oughta stick together!

They've been a trio for a long time! 😉 Thanks!


SheilaG
03/09/20 09:00:02AM @sheilag:

Gordon Hardy:

Great playing! Thank you for this.

Thank you!


Steven Berger
03/09/20 12:30:58AM @steven-berger:

The Headless Trio.....these guys sound pretty darn good.....maybe they oughta stick together!


Gordon Hardy
03/08/20 11:01:20PM @gordon-hardy:

Great playing! Thank you for this.


SheilaG
03/08/20 10:43:06PM @sheilag:

Dusty Turtle:

I love it when band members all wear the same outfit!  ROTFL

Nice playing all around.


Funny! Thank you!


Dusty Turtle
03/08/20 10:15:07PM @dusty-turtle:

I love it when band members all wear the same outfit!  ROTFL

Nice playing all around.


SheilaG
03/08/20 08:56:39PM @sheilag:

Salt Springs:

Bravo..............that was great!

Thank you!


Salt Springs
03/08/20 06:32:22PM @salt-springs:

Bravo..............that was great!


SheilaG
03/08/20 05:54:50PM @sheilag:

Both the dulcimer and the banjo were handmade by Ralph Dellinger of NC around 1980. I purchased the dulcimer recently from a friend. I had to get the first fret on the dulcimer moved over because it was way off (about 1/4”), so it sounds a little more tuneful, thanks to Ken Bloom. I do find myself bending the strings a little to improve the intonation on some other frets, though. It’s in pretty good shape now with new strings and a little “Feed-n-Wax” on the wood. Tuned to CGC.