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Build A Psaltery
2 days ago

Build A Psaltery

When it comes to building a psaltery, there are a few simple tricks and tips you should make sure your new instrument will give you the exceptional sound that you want! Luckily, building a psaltery doesn’t need to be difficult.
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Tuning Psalteries
2 weeks ago

Tuning Psalteries

Keeping your psaltery in tune is important to get the best possible sound from it. Luckily, it’s actually an incredibly easy instrument to tune!
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Plywood vs. Solid Wood Hammered Dulcimers
1 month ago

Plywood vs. Solid Wood Hammered Dulcimers

There are a number of benefits to plywood use in hammered dulcimers, but the most notable benefit is that of the cost. Plywood comes in a sheet form and is ready to use there and then
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How to protect your Hammered Dulcimer from cracking in the winter
1 month ago

How to protect your Hammered Dulcimer from cracking in the winter

Itt’s important to know how the weather can impact on your hammered dulcimer. The cold, on the whole, won’t cause so much damage to your dulcimer; however, the moisture and humidity in the air can absolutely cause damage!
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Dulcimer Players
1 month ago

Dulcimer Players

How many famous dulcimer players do you know? Some are professors, played with Bob Dylan, run active Youtube channels and more!
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Electric Dulcimer
2 months ago

Electric Dulcimer

The vast majority of electric dulcimers are variants of the Appalachian dulcimer, which is the generic model mentioned when one talks of dulcimers. However, some electric versions of the hammered dulcimer are also available.
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Resonator Dulcimer
2 months ago

Resonator Dulcimer

The resonator dulcimer is a unique variant of the Appalachian dulcimer. The dulcimer is a string instrument that is a member of the Zither family and it is primarily recognizable …
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Banjo Dulcimer
2 months ago

Banjo Dulcimer

Dulcimers are string instruments characterized by their large shape and fretted strings. They are a member of the Zither family of instruments. The banjo dulcimer is a modified variant of …
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Plucked Psaltery
11 months ago

Plucked Psaltery

Unlike the bowed psaltery, a plucked psaltery dates back to medieval times. A plucked psaltery is made from a raised board or wooden box.
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Psaltery Bows
12 months ago

Psaltery Bows

A psaltery bow is what it sounds like: a bow that is used to play a psaltery. There is no standard size or shape, unlike the violin, for example.
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