John Naylor & the Dulcimer Factory

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Re: John Naylor & the Dulcimer Factory

Postby joe sanguinette » Thu Sep 20, 2012 1:09 pm

don't laugh ok..........but i found years ago a popsickle stick made a great noter. they are easier to hold on to......at least for me.

john and shirly naylor are friends. i visited their "factory" in freicksburg several times. i sold them books.
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Re: John Naylor & the Dulcimer Factory

Postby Porro » Mon Sep 24, 2012 1:53 pm

Got it and found the article and time to go do something new and stop typing on the keyboard.

I thought the serial number system of that 89 might have added something. Nice that I found your site and found that I have an earlier production model.
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Re: John Naylor & the Dulcimer Factory

Postby merlinharp » Thu Oct 19, 2017 8:26 pm

I know that this is an old thread, but I wanted to thank all of you for the information on the Dulcimer Factory products. Thanks to you, I was able to buy a 1997 backpacker from Goodwill for $36! I can wait to give it a try--waiting for strings to get here.

I am an older musician who is very excited to get going!

Many thanks!
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Re: John Naylor & the Dulcimer Factory

Postby kwl » Fri Oct 20, 2017 11:18 am

Glad we could be helpful to you. Enjoy your backpacker. If you have any questions or we can offer help or encouragement, let us know.

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