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Rare 12/4 HD

12/4 HD made in 1996 by Dale Ward from Pigeon River String Instruments in Tennessee. Comes with semi-hard case, two hammers, tuning wrench and note guides. I am...



Hammered Dulcimer by Acorn Music

This is like new, never been played. "In 1982 Tony Elman founded Acorn Music in to produce the finest handcrafted hammered dulcimers" This is one of them. The t...



Come Dance With Me

Order through www.GoldenGriffonStringtet.com The 4th edition (2008) of the Come Dance With Me tune book is a must-have item for any lover of old-time fiddle ...


$600.00 firm


1992 Acoustic Guitar made in japan model# cy116 series 39188 Gorgeous guitar in it's original case



1890 Walnut Hammered Dulcimer

This fully restored 1890 Walnut Hammered Dulcimer was once owned by a musician that played in The original string band of The Late Henry Ford. It has it's origi...



Cloud Nine 15/14 Chromatic Hammered Dulcimer and accessories

Features western cedar soundboard and wooden bridges; inlaid rosette sound holes. Hand made by Michael Allen / Cloud Nine in 1993. Three-octave range with a ful...



David Peterson Built Hammered Dulcimer

Beautiful, unblemished 15/15 hammered dulcimer built by David Peterson (Greenbrier, AR) in March 1994, #338.  Comes with quilted protective case, carrying ...


$$450 or best offer (plus shipping)

Round Family Hammered Dulcimer

This was my Father's Hammered Dulcimer so I do not know much about it. As you can see by the name - this Dulcimer was made by the famous Round Family.

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Concert Model Round Family Dulcimer

It is a larger model they made I think they called a concert model. It has I believe 3 full octaves using 3 strings for each base note and 4 strings for the ot...



Masterworks 15-14 Oct 1997

Hi there -  I'm Lesl Harker of iflute.weebly.com. I have a lovely hammered dulcimer with many accessories that needs a home. Photos and a few more details ...

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