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Published on Aug 26, 2011
The Party Fiddle Factory "Stump" or "Stumpf" Fiddle is a unique folk music instrument with origins in the rhythm sticks of Central Europe. Stump Fiddles are common in Wisconsin, Minnesota and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Depending on locale, it may also be called the "Polka Cello", "Pogo Cello", "Poco Cello", "Hum Strum", "boom-ba", "boom bass", "Teufel Stick", among others. It is a muscial instrument that is fun and easy to play and can be played with virtually any type of upbeat music such as: Polkas, Bluegrass, Rock 'n Roll, Country, etc. A popular use is in a Tavern or Saloon where one or several are made available to patrons to play along with the Jukebox or a performing musical band.