Hi Devon. I haven't been working with it lately, but I do love it. However, I can't really see double bowing it. I have a large regular type of psaltery for that. The Waynie is very unique and very beautiful. I really like it. I guess you could double bow if you were doing cords, without sharps or flats.
On his site, I see that he now has a double psaltery bow for playing thirds ($75). Did you try to contact him? I don't see a you tube with double bowing it and a quick glance to his site didn't show one. If you do hear anything, please let me know. I was just thinking about getting it out and tuning it. Sigh, so many instruments, so little time!!!
Dona Benkert -
Illinois Lessons at Old Town School of Folk Music, Chicago, IL
& Folk-Lore Center, Warrenville, IL
Phone: 630.393.1247 http://www.folk-lorecenter.com/
Tish Westman - West Virginia Lessons at Tamarack, Beckley, WV. Wednesday workshops also available for individual classes and to teach at festivals.
Sunday "Jam" 3:30 to 6:00. All instruments welcome, play mostly Old Time, Celtic & Gospel Music, not opposed to trying any tune called, once did a rap on Bowed Psalteries.
1-304-575-0998 email@example.com www.westmaninstruments.com
Karla Armstrong - Pennsylvania Karla plays a variety of instruments and does workshops as well. Please visit her web site for additional information or contact her via the web site or the information below.
(717) 632-8099 firstname.lastname@example.org http://upontheharp.com
If you are already on Tish's list, why don't you stop in and update your info? While your there take a look to see if there are new players in your area. Who knows, you might get together and make a recording.