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Welcome Pete!!  You will want to keep Robin Clark of Birdrock Dulcimers in mind.  He's up in Snowdonia, Wales -- which luckily for you, closer than Appalachia!  
www.dulcimers.co.uk.  
He imports several models of instruments from the States, accessories, and more.  Fabulous Noter & Drone style player as well!

Button accordion!  Now that's different by American standards...

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Welcome Woodchuck.     Nothin' wrong with being 70 or a Newbie -- we all have to start sometime!   I'm coming up on 73, but I did start this journey about 40 years ago! 

If you have questions, don't be afraid to ask; the only dumb questions are those which don't get asked so we can answer them.  

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Welcome Woodchuck. Glad to hear that you are beginning your dulcimer journey. I started playing back in 1974 and turned 74 three months ago. Just let us know if you we can answer any questions for you. Best wishes for your  learning progress.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."

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