Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer

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Mark D. Eubank
  • Male
  • Eubank, KY
  • United States
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Dusty Collings left a comment for Mark D. Eubank
"Hi Mark,  I'm glad you located us.  I hope you enjoy FOTMD as much as I do.  There's lots of information here.  Nice to meet you.  Yours,  Dusty"
Sep 25, 2011
Mark D. Eubank replied to JIM DANIELS's discussion 'NUMBER OF INSTRUMENTS BUILT' in the group Dulcimer Making
"Building for 14 yrs.  I finished number 590 this morning.  Also, 2 guitars, a fiddle, and a ukelele"
Sep 21, 2011
Mark D. Eubank joined Doug Berch's group
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Dulcimer Making

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Sep 21, 2011
John Keane left a comment for Mark D. Eubank
"Howdy and welcome to the FOTMD gang!"
Sep 21, 2011
Jim Fawcett left a comment for Mark D. Eubank
"Hey Mark, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us."
Sep 21, 2011
Mark D. Eubank replied to Louis Cornelius's discussion 'Woodlawn Art Fair in Lexington, KY'
"Hey Dana!  The pleasure was mine!  I'm still playing Columbus Stockade Blues (or what I can remember of it!)  I'm glad your Dad is enjoying the dulcimer!"
Sep 21, 2011
Dana R. McCall left a comment for Mark D. Eubank
"It's about time you were joining us!!!"
Sep 21, 2011
Dana R. McCall left a comment for Mark D. Eubank
"Hey Mark what are u up to this rainy day, good to see you on here."
Sep 21, 2011
Mark D. Eubank replied to Louis Cornelius's discussion 'Woodlawn Art Fair in Lexington, KY'
"Hi Louis, I've always said the thing about a one-man shop is I get all the credit or the blame!  In this case it is the blame.  You did notice 5 saw kerfs (made with a hand held dovetail saw) in the throat of the scroll…"
Sep 21, 2011
Mark D. Eubank is now a member of Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer
Sep 21, 2011

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My interests in music and in mountain dulcimers:
guitar player for over 50 years - dulcimer builder and player for about 15 years.
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At 7:21pm on September 25, 2011, Dusty Collings said…
Hi Mark,  I'm glad you located us.  I hope you enjoy FOTMD as much as I do.  There's lots of information here.  Nice to meet you.  Yours,  Dusty
At 5:15pm on September 21, 2011, John Keane said…
Howdy and welcome to the FOTMD gang!
At 1:25pm on September 21, 2011, Jim Fawcett said…
Hey Mark, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us.
At 12:32pm on September 21, 2011, Dana R. McCall said…
It's about time you were joining us!!!
At 12:31pm on September 21, 2011, Dana R. McCall said…
Hey Mark what are u up to this rainy day, good to see you on here.
 
 
 

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