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A dulcimer is a kind of stringed musical instrument. Among its types are:
- Hammered dulcimer, free-standing, trapezoidal, with horizontal strings struck by handheld "hammers"
- Fretted, generally played on the lap by plucking, i.e.
- Typical Appalachian dulcimer
- Banjo dulcimer, with banjo-like resonating membrane
- Resonator dulcimer, with inset conical resonator
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