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LSSDS Jam Tunes
Easy D Tunes
Slightly Harder Tunes
New England Chestnuts (A new LSSDS project)
MD tab for White Cockade
Many thanks to Betty Odum for creating these tabs. They are both in D-A-D tuning, capoed at fret 3 for the key of G. If teaching this, she would approach it in three steps:
- Easy tab - plain vanilla, easier to sight-read.
- Easy tab - but filling in 4-0-4 and 0-0-0 strums. (Could be pencilled in by students.)
- Advanced tab - adding chords and diddles.
Afterthought from Betty:
Yesterday, I had a "duh!" moment and asked myself what would happen if you tune the dulcimer to D-G-D, then take the basic tab and change all the "0's" on the treble string to "3's". Result: White Cockade in G, no capo needed, tune playable on treble or bass string.
Additional thought: some folks could play it this way along with others using the capoed versions.