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(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1132

(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1132

The soundboard of this dulcimer as well as the entire instrument is made from local AMERICAN CHESTNUT also called wormy chestnut the disease that killed off this species in the early 1900’s. This chestnut came from a dismantled school in Jefferson, NC circa late 1900’s. (Price: $495)

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(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1130

(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1130

This dulcimer is constructed entirely of AMERICAN CHESTNUT harvested from a school in Jefferson, NC that was demolished circa late 1900’s. There are some characteristic tiny worm holes, mostly on the top, causing no problems only exhibiting a historic symbol of why american chestnut came to be called wormy chestnut. (Price: $495)

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(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1134

(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1134

Medium iight brown SASSAFRAS graces the top of this hourglass dulcimer. The rest of the instrument is black walnut. The soundhole is a nicely patterned wheat design. (Price: $495)

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(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1133

(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1133

A very interestingly grained CHERRY comprises this instrument. Very distinct dark cherry and brown lines follow the grain of both the top and back making for a one of a kind unique dulcimer. There are also a few tiny worm holes scattered around both the top and back causing no problems whatsover. (Sold!)

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(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1127

(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1127

The soundboard of this unique dulcimer is historic YELLOW POPLAR with vine motif soundholes rescued from Rocky Mount, TN the first capitol of the SW Territories, circa late 1800’s. The rest of the instrument is constructed from black walnut. The sound is very pleasant, balanced and melodic. (Price: $495)

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(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1109

(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1109

This is one beautiful totally wormy CHESTNUT dulcimer with traditional f hole soundholes. The wood came from an abandoned school in Jeffferson, NC circa late 1970’s. the dulcimer is for the person who appreciates history and a lot of spectacular character. (Price: $495)

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(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1125

(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1125

The soundboard and sides of this mountain dulcimer are chestnut. The back is a catching oak. The soundholes are a vine motif.
The sound is moderately loud, clear, and full. It resonates really well with some sustain. (Price: $495)

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(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1123

(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1123

This entire instrument (soundboard, sides, back) are made from WORMY BUTTERNUT. F-holes are the soundholes of choice. This is a one of a kind instrument. For me the look is stunning and eye catching. (Sold!)

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(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1119

(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1119

The soundboard of this hour glass mountain dulcimer is a very straight-grained piece of American CHESTNUT. The wood for this instrument came from an old elementary school that was demolished in the late 1970’s in Ashe county, NC. (Price: $495)

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(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1120

(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1120

This entire hour glass mountain dulcimer is constructed of BUTTERNUT (white walnut) It has moon and stars sound holes. The voice is full, resonant and very responsive. This is a very good sounding instrument. (Price: $495)

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(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1110

(SOLD) Hourglass Dulcimer / #1110

The soundboard of this mountain dulcimer is knot-free RED CEDAR with interesting moon and stars sound holes. The sound is on the mellow side with a nice sustain. It is medium loud with a warm, clear voice. (Price: $495)

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