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Jonas

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  1. @NoterMan That's perfect, thank you so much!!! I'll order the strings and let you know how it worked out.
  2. Thank you all for your answers and advice! Much appreciated! @NoterMan I posted some extra photos. I don't know if it is as old as you say. If it is, then this could it be a valuable instrument? (I'm not planning on selling it, just curious. I bought it in a pawnshop for 10 euros (about 12 dollar)). The finishing isn't that clean and they used plywood on the lower parts. The VSL is 49 cm which is about 19.29 inches. @NoterMan and @Admin What kind of strings (gauges and type) would you use? I thought about ordering the thinnest electric guitarstring (0.09), but I am not quiet sure if that's the way to go. Also for the drones: no idea which gauge or type to order... Sorry for all the questions, I am a newbee 🙂
  3. Hey everybody, I'm new to this forum so I am not sure if I post this question in the right section. If not, feel free to point me in the right direction :-) A few days ago I bought this dulcimer kind of instrument, but I have a few questions: -does anyone now how this type of dulcimer is called? (If it even is a dulcimer...) -more importantly: how would you tune this? It has two sets of strings: 6 strings above the fretboard and 4 strings without a fretboard. The spacing between the strings is very narrow so I am not sure if it is meant to be tuned so I can play it as a classical dulcimer... Any ideas or thoughts are more then welcome, especially about the tuning. Greetings from Belgium!
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