Let's walk through how to approach some of the most used chords on a dulcimer guitar or strumstick. This is by no means an exhaustive look at chords, but ample to get you through 80% of music and 100% FUN!
Who'll stop the rain. The song is recorded in the key of G and composed of 5 chords. If you play along with the recording on your dulcimer guitar, there are a few places where they drop or add a beat which is less regimented and more unconventional than your newly released songs that we see today.
Learn how to play "Fortunate Son" on the stick dulcimer guitar. This song made the headlines when it quickly become the anti-war movement anthem. This song has been featured extensively in pop culture depictions of the Vietnam War and other anti-war movements.
More commonly known as the popular version sung by Jeff Buckley in 1994 with slight adaptations to the original Cohen version. This song is made up of five chords that you could EASILY switch out for one-finger variations on your Dulcimer Guitar.
Improve your Stick Dulcimer technique by learning how to 3-Finger Roll, a style of Fingerpicking. This technique works on all types of Stick Dulcimer Guitars. Check out the video and improve your technique!
Looking to perfect the tone of your "G" Seagull Merlin Dulcimer Guitar? Check out my video where I show you how to fix this issue on the Seagull Merlin Stick Dulcimer WITHOUT restringing the instrument!