Posted by jbrosser on Tuesday, May 8, 2007
It's finally here. It took nearly four weeks from the initial order date, but that's allright. I'd rather it be built right than built fast. I've posted a few pics for all to see. I was a little surprised at how light weight the instrument is. However, the sound is incredible and has a lot of volume. I impressed at the detail that Michael Fox and team did on the inlay. Great job and very beautiful. I've been invited to play behind a storyteller friend of mine at the upcoming Texas Folk Festival in San Antonio. He's going to be telling a series of Cowboy stories. I'm going to learn some old Cowboy Songs and play them softly with my Dulcijo. I'll look forward to feedback that I get from those that attend the festival
I like to play clawhammer over the neck just beyond where the neck meets the drum. It's with that in mind that I asked Michael to set up the action. However, after hearing the sound from the middle of the drum, I'm not sure now which I like best. Great job, Michael Fox.
Tuesday, May 8, 2007 @9:39:38 PM
Congratulations on the new instrument! By the way, beautiful grandbabies you've got there. :-)
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