shelly0312 Posted March 4, 2013 Share Posted March 4, 2013 I was in the process of selling my FolkCraft dulcimer from about 8 years ago---to support my concertina vice. My first attempt on Craig's list was a bust. A guy took one look at the dulcimer and noted that there was a seperation between the scroll head and the neck. and declared it "junk". After seeing some of the crumbling concertinas brought back to life I cannot help but wonder if it cannot be "epoxyed". I did loosen the strings and there does seem to be some rebound--the opening does close. I have to think there is some solid piece more in the front of the dulicmer that extends from the neck up into the scroll head as an attachment. Would doing an epoxy job affect the tone?? Do you guys think it is junk? Let me see if I can attach a picture......shelly[attachment=8351 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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