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Found, thanks.

Postby Rose » Mon Aug 24, 2009 2:37 am

Thanks, found a dulcimer, no longer looking to buy one.
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Re: M.D. Wanted, nice quality, not expensive

Postby Donnie Fulwood » Sat Aug 29, 2009 7:44 pm

This might be what you're looking for. ... page2.html

Thanks for looking
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Re: M.D. Wanted, nice quality, not expensive

Postby lynngehringer » Wed Sep 16, 2009 9:38 am

A friend of mine just bought one of those cheap Apple Creek's for her husband as a starter dulcimer and after I got done tuning it up, it did not sound half-bad although I would replace the bass D string with a brrass wound one. If he chooses to continue with it, he can purchase a more professional one.
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Re: M.D. Wanted, nice quality, not expensive

Postby Bonnie » Thu Sep 17, 2009 12:01 am


Several of the builders on this forum make 'student' dulcimers. They are neither cheap (as in cutting corners or poorly made) or settling for less. David Lynch sells his student for $125 and has a trade up policy, if you would like to upgrade sometime in the future. To hear him tell it, he's never had a trade in. I own one of his students and it is a great dulcimer. My niece is using it a present. Call him, or one of the others. They are all very nice people and will help you, if possible.
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Re: M.D. Wanted, nice quality, not expensive

Postby rth97601 » Thu Sep 24, 2009 1:22 pm

Sorry about your experience.

I have a Berg beginner, from Mountain Made Music, and I really like it. Nothing fancy, but it's got a good tone and easy action, holds tune very well, and handles retuning nicely. It's about $100 on its own or $150 as part of a package.

It's way better than the Apple Creek I played around with at the music store, and it's a lot more, well, more everything than the cardboard dulcimer I had before. How it compares to some of the more expensive instruments I don't know, but it works for me, and I have no plans to upgrade anytime soon.

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