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Stumpf Fiddles!

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This is an authentic Stumpf Fiddle from the Fiddle Factory in Sheboygan Wisconsin

 

 

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Here is a homemade antique Stumpf Fiddle.  It has wire "strings" over two pie pans with a hole cut through the front pie pan.  The are also a few bells attached to the stick and a rubber ball on the bottom for bounce.

From an antiques shop in Door County Wisconsin

 

 

Another homemade Stumpf Fiddle from Door County.  This one has a Blatz Beer tray mounted to a stick with a single door spring across the front.  It also has a wood block at the top and a rubber ball on the bottom.

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This is  a home made Stumpf Fiddle.  It has a Pabst beer tray mounted to a stick with a wood block from the Fiddle Factory, a bike bell, a bike horn.  Mounted across the beer tray is a large door spring.   Sleigh bells are fastened to the tray.  A plunger and ball are mounted on the bottom for bounce.

(Fiddle courtesy of Danny Jammer)

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This homemade Stumpf Fiddle has two pie tins from Baker's Square.  The wood block, springs, and Stumpf Stick are authentic Stumpf Fiddle parts from the Fiddle Factory in Sheboygan Wisconsin.  

(Fiddle courtesy of Danny Jammer)

 

 

This relative of the Stumpf Fiddle is called the boombass.  Note the cymbals on the top.  It also has a wood block, bell, and tambourine.  

 

 

A modified Stumpf Fiddle from the Fiddle Factory in Sheboygan Wisconsin.  The inscription says "Wise as an" with a hand painted picture of an owl.

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This homemade Stumpf Fiddle has a beer tray, spring, small washboard, and home made wood block.  The stick is from a broom.

(Fiddle courtesy of Booty and Carol of Sheboygan Wisconsin)

 

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