This harp is decorated with a skillfully hand carved woodland theme. There are stylized branches and leaves entwined on the side panels. On the pillar arm is a mythical flying squirrel clinging to the side of a tree. You can see it perched over the flowers that carpet the forest floor.
Extra string set
The Wildwood has four string courses which are loop end strings: a wound string at the top, an unwound center string, and two unwound strings tuned in unison, at the bottom. Many tunings will work, but we recommend the traditional DADD to make it easy to pick up and play. The frets are arranged in a diatonic scale, just like an Appalachian mountain dulcimer, but added is the infamous "6 1/2" fret just below the octave position allowing play in Ionian mode. The Bridge to nut is 24 1/2". The possibilities are many, playing the Wildwood Dulcimer can as easy or as complicated as you care to make it. Explore!
Accessories Included: Tipper and Tuning wrench