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Hammered Dulcimer With Bass Plan

Item Number 1320001

Regular price $11.00

This detailed plan/drawing is a full scale size pattern for building your very own 12/11 hammered dulcimer. The exact dimensions and shapes are given to you so you can make your own masterpiece of an instrument. Suggestions for types of wood to use are given as well as sound hole shapes. This 12/11 hammered dulcimer plan is a must-have for anyone who wants to build their own.
 
Technical Notes: Please note: The various wood parts that we offer are appropriate for use with this hammered dulcimer with bass plan, but you may find that some dimensions don't match exactly. If you use the wood parts that we sell (the same parts we use in our own shop for building Folkcraft and FolkRoots dulcimers!) you may find it necessary to adjust this dulcimer plan to fit the wood perfectly. The intention of this dulcimer plan is to offer you a starting point and a set of guidelines for the instruments you will build.

Customer Reviews

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Tom E. Frost
Review for Ukulele Plan

I have not as yet put the plan to use, since I am a bit behind in my instrument building, and I am finishing off my workshop after a move, but the plan looks like it will work well for me when the time arrives, as it is drawn in very good fashion.

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Mary Ellen Lounsbery

Arrived in record time and in great shape. Thank you!

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Jerry Theobald
Plan

Very nice,very informative.

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Bob Role
Wonderful Plans

They're so wonderful that if you ever lend them out, they never get returned... but hey, you can always buy another. I'm on my third set. Fantastic plans, wonderful vendor! BUY THESE PLANS! Disclaimer: I'm not a paid affiliate nor have I had my arm twisted to make these comments.

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Sue Resko
Provides inspiration

Hung it on the wall as a poster to keep thinking about building guitars. It makes for conversation with co-workers. It's a nice visual aid, and food for thought.