Jeff Glascock

Location:

Location: New Castle, IN
Country: US

My Latest Followers:

Stats

Latest Activity

  All

Latest Group Discussions

  All

Latest Audio

  All

Latest Videos

  All

Comments

Karen Keane
05/22/15 09:36:52PM @karen-keane:
Hello and welcome to the site. This is a great place to share ideas and listen to music. I hope you enjoy!
John Keane
05/22/15 07:28:20AM @john-keane:

Howdy and welcome to FOTMD!


Benjamin W Barr Jr
05/21/15 10:00:01PM @benjamin-w-barr-jr:

Hi Jeff, and welcome to the wonderful world of the Friends of the Mountain Dulcimer. It's a good place to come, spend some time, learn about the dulcimer, and to meet some good people.

BenSmile.gif


Rob N Lackey
05/21/15 09:09:17PM @rob-n-lackey:

Welcome, Jeff, to this little corner of dulcimer heaven. Hope you enjoy it here.

Rob


Ken Longfield
05/21/15 08:34:40PM @ken-longfield:

Welcome to FOTMD Jeff. It's good to have you aboard. I trust that you will enjoy this site.

Ken

"The dulcimer sings a sweet song."


Jim Fawcett
05/21/15 07:52:12PM @jim-fawcett:

Hey Jeff, welcome aboard. Glad ya found us.


Cynthia Wigington
05/21/15 10:40:40AM @cynthia-wigington:

Welcome Jeff. The best dulcimer book I know for old time gospel is Melbay's Old-Time Hymns and Gospel favorites. It uses 3 great tunings, and with DAA and DGd, you can skip the chords and just play the melody on string one. Sometimes you can do that in DAd too. Then, if you want to play chord style, there are some simple ones to get started. Wish this was the first book I bought.