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What is the best wood for a dulcimer?
Last Updated: 09/02/2009
There is no simple answer to this question as there is a lot of personal preference involved. Any good hardwood could be used to make the body and the choice of wood for the top can include softwoods as well. In the “Listen To Different Woods” we have provided some sound bites where you can listen to the various combinations of woods that we offer as the same tune is played.

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