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From: Donetta Casey <dlcasey7@gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2013 23:58:23 -0600
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Hello
I have an android tablet.  And was wondering if there is an app that is a hammer dulcimer for android. I know there is one for ipad. Thought this would be nice to practice with since I don't have a small one.
Also,  I know I have asked before but am looking for lessons and can't remember who I spoke with.  Email is dlcasey7@Gmail.Com
Thanks so much
Donetta

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   1. Re: Instruments available (Pat Harkins)


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Date: Wed, 11 Dec 2013 09:29:19 -0600
From: Pat Harkins <otbanjopat@att.net>
To: "interrobang@yahoo.com" <interrobang@yahoo.com>, Hammered
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Subject: Re: [HD] Instruments available
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Hi I own both a James Jones Travel and a Lindsey Bill Spence HD. The small JJ has considerable more sustain than the Spence.

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> On Dec 9, 2013, at 8:17 PM, Rob Richardson <cedriccicada@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> What are James Jones instruments like?  I know they are good
> instruments, but can you describe them in more detail?  I currently
> play a David Lindsey Chromatic Spinet, but I've gotten to the point
> where I think my idea of what I want has grown, and I am willing to
> spend money for something that more closely matches where I am now.
> One of the main reasons I bought the Spinet was that it had less
> sustain than other instruments I tried, and I wanted fairly low
> sustain so that faster pieces, especially rags, would not sound muddy.
>
> I was able to try the new Grand and Baby Grand models from David
> Lindsey.  While the Grand did not appeal to me, the Baby Grand sounded
> wonderful, and I would be very happy to spend the money for it.  I've
> had a chance to play my niece's Dusty Strings D650, and it had too
> much sustain for me.
>
> Is there anyplace within three hours' drive of Cleveland, Ohio, where
> I could try James Jones dulcimers?  That range includes Detroit,
> Columbus and Pittsburgh.
>
> That 4/19/21/9 for $1775 is awfully tempting!
>
> RobR
>
>> On Mon, Dec 9, 2013 at 7:28 PM, Ted Yoder <91strings@gmail.com> wrote:
>> That?s not fair George. Why don?t mountain dulcimers have names that mean
>> they make no more noise than a blade hitting a wood block? :)
>>
>>
>> Ted Yoder Music
>>
>>
>>
>> On Monday, December 9, 2013 at 7:21 PM, George Polkowski wrote:
>>
>> "For the non musicians, I of course have my usual cutting boards."
>>
>> The German name for a hammered dulcimer is Hackbrett- chopping (cutting)
>> board!!!!!
>>
>> George Polkowski
>> Las Vegas, Nevada
>>
>>
>> On Tuesday, December 10, 2013 12:39 AM, James Jones
>> <james@jamesjonesinstruments.com> wrote:
>>
>> If anyone is looking for gifts for the other musicians in your family,
>> please check out my current stock page. I have plenty of two octave zithers,
>> bowed psalteries, thumb pianos, Appalachian dulcimers, and a huge selection
>> of new and used hammered dulcimers. Plenty of accessories as well including
>> two reasonably priced adjustable hammered dulcimer stands; a kit and
>> finished stand.  For the non musicians, I of course have my usual cutting
>> boards. http://jamesjonesinstruments.com/misc/current_stock.html
>>
>>
>>
>> James Jones Instruments
>> 1384 Coltons Mill Rd
>> Bedford, VA 24523
>> (540) 586-6319
>>
>> Current Stock
>>
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