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FolkRoots® H Series Dulcimer (MaxDAD - Standard/Bass Hybrid), Mahogany Body, Spruce Top

Serial Number 80807211

Regular price $1,505.00

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Woods used
Back, sides, fretboard, head: African mahogany
Top: Sitka spruce
Fretboard veneer, head veneer: Gabon ebony
More information about wood can be found here.

String setup
Five strings, .012, .015, .024RW, .032RW, .054RW
Standard/Bass hybrid: DADAD tuning

Dimensions
VSL (scale length): 26" (more information about VSL)
Fretboard width: 2 1/4"
Side height: 1 1/4" (shallow body)
Body: 30" x 8 1/2" x 2 1/2"
Overall: 37 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 3 1/4"
This dulcimer has our California-style body.

Nut, bridge, frets
Chromatic fret pattern (more information about frets)
Micarta nut and bridge material
Nickel-silver fret wire, standard size
Mother of pearl position dots at frets 3, 5, 7, 9, 12 (double), 15, 17, 19, 21, 24 (double)

Features
Traditional flat head
Enclosed gear tuners, chrome finish

Also included
Strap buttons
Padded case with shoulder strap

Luthier
Jim Ash

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Customer Reviews

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JoAnne Ivory
Baritone 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!

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Steve Parker
Love it!

My Folkcraft dulcimer is not only a magnificently sounding instrument but a work of art.
Richard Ash is a genius and the Folkcraft staff is responsive and competent.
I would recommend Folkcraft to anyone who values the majesty of sound, ease of playability, and spectacular to the eye.

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Dale Jablonski
Love it but with an *

Thank you for the beautiful dulcimer. It is my second dulcimer. I was reluctant to "treat" myself to a second instrument but finally decided to spoil myself and to get a Folkcraft. It sounds fantastic and I wanted the added frets to increase my range. My only disappointment was I added in the comment section on the order form that I requested a 2nd melody string be added and that did not happen.

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Dorothy Miner
Folkroots D Series Dulcimer

After many months playing an inexpensive beginner’s dulcimer I finally was able to purchase this beauty. It’s a FolkRoots with cherry body and cherry top. It sounds great, feels great, and is such a joy to play. It puts my old learner instrument to shame. (I’ll keep the old one for sentimental reasons because it’s the one that got me hooked.) I look forward to many years of enjoyment playing my new friend.

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Susie C.
Big/Warm Tone

My first ever dulcimer was a FolkRoots D Series. It was back in the day when the VSL was only 29". I loved its tone, but not the long VSL, so I sold it. Fast forward a few years and along comes Richard, who gives us our choice on VSL. Perfect! Now, you can have the great tone of D Series (big and warm) with the shorter VSL for those of us who play chord/melody.