Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer

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The Dulcinator and me

My friend built the DULCINATOR II for me. It was my birthday present. Been wanting one for a couple years now! I was at a Bluegrass Picking Party and my friend Topher had me play it and people could HEAR me when I play now. The tone is incredible and so alive. I play and practice all the time and it's been so easy to switch from guitar to dulcimer songs and tunings...I'm very happy with the Dulcinator. It's part dobro and dulcimer or a resophonic dulcimer.

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