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Design Your Own FolkRoots® H Series Mountain Dulcimer

Item Number 9000031

Regular price $895.00 (Plus additional options, if added)

The FolkRoots H Series dulcimer is very similar to our D Series dulcimer, but it has a few key upgrades and additions. Starting with our largest body (8” wide at the lower bout, 2 1/4” deep), plus your choice of woods, both both domestic and exotic, we've added a few upgrades.

The FolkRoots H Series mountain dulcimer has a 4-string flat head, and is typically strung up with 3 strings. With a 1 1/2” wide fretboard, the three strings are farther from the edges of the fretboard, making it easier to do string bends (and harder to push the strings off the side of the fretboard). The fretboard has a Gabon ebony veneer, and position dots at frets 3, 7, 10, and 14. Choose from five scale lengths, dozens of sound hole choices, and three fret patterns, and have us build your ideal dulcimer!

Please allow six to eight weeks for delivery of your custom-built dulcimer.

Customer Reviews

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L.L.
Beautiful instrument

The dulcimer was exactly as I ordered, and wonderfully crafted. It has a lovely sound, and is easily tuned. In fact if arrived almost exactly in tune. I am a beginner, and this is a joy to play, which encourages practice.

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S.M.
Great Custom Dulcimer

Love this dulcimer. Great workmanship. Lovely wood. Sounds great. Exactly as ordered. Thanks.

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S.T.
Beautiful and functional

It is rare to have a handcrafted instrument, and she is a beauty. Also I would recommend the hard case. It is pricey, but beautifully made, and will protect your dulcimer.

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B.F.
Bass Dulcimer

I love my bass dulcimer, such a deep and warm sound. And, thank you for taking the time to answer my many questions. 😊

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S.H.
Collection

I now have a FolkRoots dulcimer from all three builders. Howard Rugg, David Marks, and now Richard Ash. Two standards, and a baritone. Saving up for number four, now. Need a bass!