EUROPEAN MOUNTAIN DULCIMER 5-STRING
This European Mountain Dulcimer is, a folksy instrument in the zither family, also known as a Scheitholt. The German immigrants of the mid-1700’s brought the Scheitholt to Pennsylvania and other parts of Colonial America.
This european mountain dulcimer has 5 strings; two strings run over the frets and are noted, while the other three strings are drones. The frame is Rosewood and the soundboard is birch. There are two sound-holes on the front and one on the back. It is played like the American Mountain Dulcimer.
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