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  1. I just had Rick Thum replace about one third of the strings on my fifteen-y.o. 17/17 Professional. He said that he orders strings directly from a manufacturer. He is willing to sell sets to his customers. You might contact the manufacturer and see if they will sell you a set - warning: they ain't gonna be cheap I've also bought individual strings from Just Strings, but I don't know that they will have the brass in the gauges that you need
  2. About four years ago, a friend of ours asked us to play with her at one of the senior assisted living communities. We had been doing a little bit of playing at wineries so we decided to join her mostly as a favor to her. It was wonderful. The people were so appreciative and it was so gratifying When she couldn't make another gig, we decided to play just ourselves. Again, wonderful and we decided to see if we could get performances at more places. We play one or two days a week now (weekdays when I can take vacation and weekends). We do an "eclectic' mix of old tunes they know ("My Blue Heaven"), songs that they might have heard (Travis Tritt's "I Wish I Didn't Know Now") and a few originals. What we lack in raw musical skill, we make up for in the range of instruments we play (HD, MD, guitars, banjo, ukekele, mandolin) and interacting with the audience. We are known as AllanEve
  3. first off, thanks for starting a new ED. how I started, is a looong story, that includes me seeing people play this odd, trapezoid. the sound made me want to do it. I built an instrument, then borrowed an instrument, and finally had Rick Thum build me one about 15 years ago. My wife plays MD and she and I play at the senior assisted living centers in the area. In addition to the dulcimers, we play guitar, banjo, ukekele, mandolin and we both sing
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