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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.

NewSwingin' the Blues

We have a new lesson taught by our newest teacher, Larry Conger, along with his wife, Elaine Conger. They make a dynamic team as they present a lesson on how to play an original blues tune written by Larry. The most intriguing part to me is to see Elaine playing the bass dulcimer, and hearing how well the two instruments complement each other. Check out the contents for this lesson here.

Enjoy this video with Larry and Elaine performing Swingin' the Blues at a concert in Cary, NC.


Comparison of the Bass Mountain Dulcimer and the Standard Dulcimer

Another new lesson this month, offered by Larry and Elaine, is an explanation and demonstration of the bass dulcimer. After I became more familiar with the features and strengths of a bass mountain dulcimer, I wanted to go out and buy one. I think you'll want to do the same.



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