Enjoy mountain dulcimer lessons and hammered dulcimer lessons at your own pace, in the comfort of your own home. With our online dulcimer lessons, you will soon play dulcimer music well enough to join in at jam sessions with confidence.
We've already added a couple of new lessons already during the month of November. The one that has gotten the most attention is our newest lesson for the Dulci-Bro, taught by Steve Eulberg. Steve has taken the old tune, Mississippi Sawyer, to a new level as he plays it on this unique instrument.
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You might imagine this tune was named after someone who lived in the state of Mississippi and made his living sawing logs into planks. But actually, a "Mississippi sawyer" was a term used by riverboat pilots and crew to refer to a partially submerged log bobbing up and down in a sawing motion, which could wreak havoc on the hull of a paddleboat.
Have you taken the Dulcimer Pledge yet? If not, this is something you should do. Today.
In an online dulcimer lesson, you will be taught exactly the same skills that you would learn in a one-on-one personal lesson, a group lesson, or a workshop. But you never have to leave the house.
It's fast and easy to get started - just two simple steps. First register and then sign up for the monthly payment plan. You can cancel at any time, but you probably won't. We keep a steady influx of new lessons coming in, and you won't want to miss a single one.