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14/14 dulcimer

Very nice custom built dulcimer with 14 each courses (3 string) + single string bass.  No name on it but is very well made and has excellent sound.   Needs some...



Two Harps for Sale

Two harps for sale. 30 string Alder Creek model by Lewis Creek. Levers on C, F and B. Cherry. $ 2,200.00 EACH. Each comes with a very nice, padded case. Located...



Stoney End Brittany Lap Harp

The Brittany is a Celtic-style lap harp with 22 strings, offering a three-octave range from G to G. This beautiful little instrument has a traditional Celtic sh...



3/4 size German Fiddle

3/4 size violin/fiddle in excellent + condition. With hard shelled case and bow. Hand-made in Germany by Karl Knilling. Selling for a friend. Can be viewed west...



Dusty Strings – Apprentice 11/12

Has a wooden stand and a screw in leg, 2 hammers. in VG condition. Made in 1989

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Mad Anthony HD, # 25/42, 1976

beautiful, excellent condition.  Has Hammers, Tuner, Music and Instruction books.  No stand.  


$$950 + shipping

Rick Thum 16/16 Professional Model

Excellent condition, built 1/2000 with Cherry sides and Spruce top. Includes case.



Hammered Dulcimer Stand

Cherry/Maple? stand for hammered dulcimer.  Rails 22 in., height 23 1/2 in. at lowest (bottom), 29 1/2 in. at highest (top).  Non-adjustable.  Excellent conditi...


$$900 + shipping

MasterWorks 16/15

This 16/15 Master Works Hammered dulcimer was made by Russell Cook in 1991 and is numbered 50.  It has a mahogany sound board, cherry end rails and rosewood bri...



Come Dance With Me…A Little More vol.2

The Come Dance With Me. . . A Little More CDs (2003) contain all the tracks from the Come Dance With Me cassettes (1996) PLUS 18 selections from Les's 1986 solo...

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