Doug Berch

Dulcimer Maker And Musician

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Outdoor Lutherie

 

Outdoor Lutherie

 

I’m pretty sure this was a staged photograph but I like the idea of working outside on a beautiful day.

I occasionally prep and finish dulcimers on the front porch when the weather is cooperative.

 

 

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7 Comments

  1. Its a free feeling to talk to people without worring about time.

  2. @Howard: Sounds nice!

  3. they are kinda scrunched together working. I work inside, but sometimes sit outside and watch the cars drive by, and talk to people who look in the front door.

  4. No problem with dust. If I finish outside I only apply the first coat or two and they get rubbed out with steel wool in between. The final coats get done in the shop, though sometimes the porch is less dusty than the shop!

  5. Val P.

    Don’t you worry about dust getting into the finish?

  6. Safia

    din din din din din din din din din…(think deliverence…)

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