Devon Sound is a manufacturer's warranty service & repair center for many brands of string instruments and amplifiers. We offer setup and repair services for:
- Acoustic & electric guitars, basses, mandolins and banjos
- Instrument amplifiers, PA systems and speakers
- Pickup installations
Contact Scott Graham at (610) 286-0205 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit DevonSound.com
Tom & Betty Druckenmiller
Tom & Betty Druckenmiller, along with their friend Norm Williams, offer workshops and entertaining presentations on American old-time music, fiddle, banjo, guitar, vocals and harmony. For more details, see their entry under Musicians.
Contact Tom & Betty at email@example.com.
Beth Folkemer & Stephen Folkemer
Beth and Stephen Folkemer offer programs and workshops on a wide variety of topics including Songs from PA and WV (especially from the Samuel P. Bayard Collection); Scottish and Irish music; Civil War Era songs, tunes, hymns, carols, and thematic topics; Jean Ritchie Songs; and more. They sing and play guitar, mountain dulcimer, concertina, piano and organ, as well as writing and arranging music. Stephen is also a choral conductor, composer, and church music professor. They perform in Cormorant's Fancy, Dearest Home, Folk and Friends (see entries under Ensembles), Schola Cantorum of Gettysburg, and the Christ Church Celtic Ensemble. Also see their entry under Support Services.
Contact the Folkemers at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or (717) 334-4334 or (717) 253-4889
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Tom Jolin is an experienced instrument maker, specializing in hammered dulcimer, mountain dulcimer and bowed psaltery. He is a sought-after Pennsylvania Artist in Residence and spends extended times in various schools, assisting students with making their own school-owned instruments. See also Tom's entry under Musicians.
Contact Tom at (717) 642-8053 or (717) 398-1144 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Lee Miller Newman
Karen Lee Miller Newman (AKA KLMN-tine) is a multi-talented artist who enjoys working with all ages. She has recently been offering after-school art classes for parents and children at Landis House in Newport, PA and some all day camps at The Ned Smith Center for Nature and Art. Her art often uses recycled or found materials in a traditional-arts context, and ranges from percussion toys to pressed flowers to paper-folding. Karen Lee is also a performing musician.
Contact Karen Lee at (717) 362-3711