Tennessee Jed


Location: Mineral Point Pennsylvania { Coal mine country in the Mountains of Western Pa }
Country: USA

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Jason Woods TLKelly hugssandi Black Dog Bess Bob Snyder Charles Thomas Cynthia Wigington Bob robert schuler Ben Barr Jr Rob N Lackey Paula Brawdy Richard Streib Jack Ferguson Robin Clark Stephen Seifert Ken Longfield Steve Eulberg Jim Fawcett Strumelia


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07/30/17 10:44:53AM @tlkelly:

How did you find out about the Ohiopyle gathering?  No one in my group knew anything about it....and we are 45 minutes away!!!!


06/09/17 10:48:59PM @tlkelly:

Nice meeting you and your wife last week at Pattyfest.  I hope to see you at another gathering in the future. 

03/30/17 12:03:55AM @hugssandi:

Welcome, welcome, Jed!!!  I hope you love it here!!!!

03/22/17 06:16:48PM @strumelia:

Hi Jed!  Welcome to FOTMD!  :)

I suggest you ask your dulcimer questions on our General forum, HERE

That way all the members can see your questions and help give replies.  thumbsup

Cynthia Wigington
03/21/17 07:35:12AM @cynthia-wigington:

Greetings from Vermont Jed and welcome to the site. You've embarked on an amazing journey, and this is where I learned most of what I know about it. You have fun here. I highly recommend you play noter/drone to get used to the sound of it and get acquainted. Leave the chords until a bit later. I chord, but just love playing noter, that's the old style.

Ken Longfield
03/20/17 03:55:51PM @ken-longfield:

Jed, I am over near Lewistown, about 25 miles southeast of State College. I am a Folkcraft Instruments dealer and can set you up with a great instrument at a good price. Unfortunately I do not have any in stock at the moment. I will click on the Follow button on the top of your page. If you approve me and do the same on my page, we can send private messages to each other.


"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Ken Longfield
03/20/17 03:40:37PM @ken-longfield:

Welcome to FOTMD, Tennessee Jed. It is good to have another Pennsylvanian on board.


"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

Ben Barr Jr
03/19/17 09:53:16PM @benjamin-w-barr-jr:

Hi Jed, 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.


Rob N Lackey
03/19/17 08:39:31PM @rob-n-lackey:

Nope, no shops in this area that sell dulcimers, except Apple Creek (imported from Romania!)  We do have a luthier who should be at Wartz in Grafton (Kevin Messenger.)  Ken Longfield (also of PA) is coming down as well.  Whether he'll have anything to sell or not, I don't know.  As far as the Gathering goes, we just get together from about 10 to 6 to share information and play (and play, and play.)  


Jim Fawcett
03/19/17 06:12:18PM @jim-fawcett:

Hey Jed, welcome aboard Glad ya found us. From one PA'er to another. I second what Rob said. Hope you can make it to Wartz. I know you'll enjoy yourself.

Rob N Lackey
03/19/17 03:26:26PM @rob-n-lackey:

Welcome, Tennessee Jed, to this little corner of dulcimer heaven.  Come on down to Grafton, WV next Sat. (25th) to our Wartz'n'All Gathering.  There'll be some other Pennsylvania folks there and some builders.  You'll get to see a lot of different dulcimers and ask questions of the owners.  Hope you enjoy it here.