Another dulcitar I made using native woods from the south of Chili. The top is "Alerce", a type of larch I guess. It's really old and reddish and very suitable for top making. The sides, neck and back are made from "Raulí", a hard and dense wood. The wood of the fingerboard is Massaranduba, a wood used in violin bow making. It has violin friction pegs like the rest of the dulcitars I make and a double string first course like the great old Appalachian mountain dulcimer.
The tuning I use is Dad (to play Irish tunes), but there's a whole new world to be explored and enjoyed.
Sounds great and loud enough.