Back, sides, fretboard, head: black walnut
Fretboard veneer, head veneer: Gabon ebony
More information about wood can be found here.
Five strings, .012, .015, .024RW, .032RW, .054RW
Standard/Bass Hybrid: DADAD tuning
Nut, bridge, frets
Chromatic fret pattern (more information about frets)
Micarta nut and bridge material
Stainless steel fret wire, jumbo size
Mother of pearl position dots at frets 3, 5, 7, 9, 12 (double), 15, 17, 19, 21, 24 (double)
Folkcraft NT-11® Magnetic Pickup (more information about pickups)
Radiused fretboard (10 inch radius)
Traditional flat head
Enclosed gear tuners, black finish
Padded case with shoulder strap
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Amazing, easy to see that this instrument was hand crafted with love and care. Thank you very much! Hope you all stay well, thanks again
Fantastic experience every step along the way. All of my questions were answered quickly and completely. My Folkcraft mountain dulcimer is beautiful and made with skilled craftsmanship. I love how it sounds even though I am a complete beginner. Hoping I can do it justice at some point!
This dulcimer is beautiful and has a lovely voice. A true work of art. Much thanks to Richard Ash for helping get the perfect string action for me. It’s a joy to play.
This cedar top/walnut body with Galax back has a clear, beautiful tone! I have a walnut 27” not custom, it is beautiful but I really wanted another 25” for see if playing. Also I now have an 8 1/2 fret for the first time and that is very handy, as I have played with a 1 1/2 for decades. Love my new dulcimer!!
Ordering the instrument was very easy, and the instrument was completed well within the estimated timeframe. I like the way the instrument looks and sounds, and I’m enjoying getting to know my new dulcimer!