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The Roosebeck Wildowwd Stick Dulcimer is fun, lightweight, and easy to play. Guitar style stick Dulcimer with the rich sound of a mountain dulcimer with just a little bit of banjo twang.

The Roosebeck Wildowwd Stick Dulcimer is fun, lightweight, and easy to play. Guitar style stick Dulcimer with the rich sound of a mountain dulcimer with just a little bit of banjo twang.

Custom Made Stick Dulcimer (Like A Strum Stick) Vipar Original Series - Custom Build

This is my custom made stick dulcimer that is fun to strum and play. Like a strum stick it is tuned to G-C-G or D-A-D for no wrong note which is great…

Wildwood Stick Dulcimer | Mountain Dulcimer that Plays Like a Guitar

The Wildwood Stick Dulcimer has the rich sound of a mountain dulcimer with just a little bit of banjo twang. The body style of the Wildwood allows it to be played like a guitar.

Stick Dulcimer like a strum stick Vipar by BradfordCreations

Stick Dulcimer like a strum stick Vipar by BradfordCreations

Mountain Dulcimers. Charles Maxson, an Appalachian luthier from Volga, WV, speculated that early settlers were unable to make the more complex violin in the early days because of lack of tools and time. This was one of the factors which led to the building of the dulcimer, which has less dramatic curves.

Mountain Dulcimers. Charles Maxson, an Appalachian luthier from Volga, WV, speculated that early settlers were unable to make the more complex violin in the early days because of lack of tools and time. This was one of the factors which led to the building of the dulcimer, which has less dramatic curves.

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