Ed Maze Dulcimer

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Ed Maze Dulcimer

Postby Dream » Fri Jan 15, 2016 5:28 pm

I am a beginner. I wanted a decent dulcimer but I did not want to spend a fortune at this time. I did some research and discovered a luthier about 70 miles away from my home. Ed Maze welcomed me down to his shop in Malabar Fl. He has been building dulcimers for more then 15 years. He and his wife Judy were extremely nice and patient and answered all of my questions. I ended up buying one of his teardrop dulcimers. It is nice looking and sounds very good. Now all of the rest is up to me. You can find him on facebook as Ed Maze Dulcimers. Check out his work!
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Re: Ed Maze Dulcimer

Postby KenH » Fri Jan 15, 2016 5:38 pm

Yep. Ed is a good guy and a good luthier.

If you ever come down the Gulf coast, bring your dulcimer and give me a hollar. I'm in Fort Myers.

PS -- You've actually posted this twice, about an hour apart.
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Re: Ed Maze Dulcimer

Postby Dream » Fri Jan 22, 2016 1:06 pm

I will try to be more careful with my posting. Actually I was nowhere near my computer when the second posting occured. Strange...
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