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Hammered Dulcimer Back/Soundboard, African Mahogany
Buy NowHammered Dulcimer Back/Soundboard, African Mahogany
$74.99, Item number 2320082JY
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 Hammered Dulcimer Back/Soundboard, African Mahogany
 
Making your own hammered dulcimer? We can help!
 
Our African mahogany hammered dulcimer soundboard stock is shipped to you with 3-4 pieces used to make a top. You'll assemble these pieces to make a glue-up that you can use to build a hammered dulcimer (traditional trapezoid shape) that measures up to 42 inches wide and 18 inches high. Our soundboard material is just right for a finished product that ends up at 1/4 inch thick.
 
We use these same African mahogany blanks for our Folkcraft Pathfinder and Folkcraft Legend hammered dulcimers, too, so you know you're getting the best quality available.
 
Our hammered dulcimer soundboard stock is shipped unassembled. You'll need to glue up the pieces before you cut out the back/soundboard for your instrument.
 

About African Mahogany: African mahogany is a hard dense wood (very similar to cherry). It has a very straight grain, so it is very easy to work and does not splinter easily. The color is a medium dark reddish brown which does not change dramatically with time or with clear finishes. African mahogany makes a good choice for practically any part of an instrument - it is dense enough and strong enough for heads and bodies, hard enough for fingerboards, and light enough to give a good tone quality.
 
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Manufacturer: "Hammered Dulcimer Back/Soundboard, African Mahogany" was created by Folkcraft Instruments, Inc..
 

How to purchase this item: To purchase "Hammered Dulcimer Back/Soundboard, African Mahogany", just click on the "Buy Now" button on the left. You will then have the option of placing your order online or ordering by mail, fax or phone.
 
Questions: If you have any questions about "Hammered Dulcimer Back/Soundboard, African Mahogany", or would like to ask a sales representative about another product, call us toll free at (800) 433-3655. For your convenience, our phone lines are open from
 
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Return Policy: This product is non-returnable.
When people think of heirloom-quality instruments, they think of Folkcraft. Here's why: Our instruments are handmade in the United States of America, not in a cheap overseas factory. Our instruments are crafted one at a time, not on an assembly line. Our instruments are made of solid woods, not out of plywood.
 
Folkcraft instruments are made with pride and tradition, using the same methods as our founders used in 1968. Folkcraft Instruments is a family business, with two generations of luthiers putting their skill and experience into every instrument they create.
 
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