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Jerry Rockwell's
Mountain Dulcimer Page

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October Lesson Now Available on Patreon!

This time we have a brand-new version of Six Tones for the Dragon, which is a simple and easy-to-play jam around the Em and D chords. Its got a very old, almost Medieval vibe that fits the season well:

Jerry Rockwell is creating instruction for mountain dulcimer

NEW!!! If you sign up for our free email newsletter, we'll send you a FREE pdf download of all the essential chord reference charts from the Music Theory and Chord Reference book!! In the newsletter we're learning all about modes and chord progressions, having some fun with our Rounds, Jam-A-Rounds, solo dulcimer tunes, and more. In every issue there is a link to some TAB or there is a link to an mp3 where you can listen. The newsletter is most often published on the first and third Wednesday of every month.

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Jerry in his woodworking shop. Photo by Stan AlostJerry playing a newly-built dulcimer. Photo by Stan Alost

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