Dulcimophile Posted October 17, 2022 Share Posted October 17, 2022 I'm working with an Eastern European collaborator on an Eastern European Music project and love the sound of the Hammered Dulcimer and Cimbalom. I have noticed there are many variations of the Hammered Dulcimer and want to find out which one to buy to play this style. On ebay, we see the Thai Khim instruments with 14 rows of strings and I've seen the Persian variant called a Santoor with typically 9 rows. I'm thinking neither is likely to be suitable but could be wrong. Here's an example of the style I wish to play What is this variation called and where might I find one ? Also, what would I expect to pay for a new one or second-hand but usable for semi-professional use? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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