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Banjo TAB of "Shady Grove" in the key of Dminor, 5th string tuned to A. This is an Easy Beginner TAB version. It comes with two variations. If you want the TAB ... Masters of the 5-String Banjo in Their Own Words and Music Finally back in print! Called the most comprehensive banjo book ever written: over 400 pages covering every conceivable aspect of the three-finger style. Chapters include interviews, photos of the player's right hand position, how they wear their picks in addition to detailed discussion and analysis. The Cuckoo - banjo lesson model tuning/sawmill | Clawhammer ... Clawhammer Banjo: Tune (and Tab) of the Week - "Shove that Pigs Foot a Little Further into the Fire" Banjo Pigs Banjos. ... Black Jack Grove clawhammer banjo lesson.

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Tony Trischka has crafted a definitive banjo lesson library with hundreds of online video lessons. Students have unlimited access to in-depth banjo instruction, tablature, backing tracks, interviews and performances with dozens of bluegrass legends. Learn essential skills from one of the world's top banjo players. Black Jack Grove - Black Jack Grove . 4 4 A 4 4 0 2 34530 5 4 5 023202 34530 5 4 5 04 54045 7 540 5 4 5 023202 EA A1 2 30530 5 0 54 0 0 2 0 54002 A EA 4 0 420 Old-Time Banjo Tabs Old-time banjo tablature; mostly from Greg Canote, Jere Canote, and Candy Goldman's stringband class in Seattle. We learn a new tune by ear every week. Generally they are interesting versions of old-time fiddle tunes. Tabs & Audio - Banjo Newsletter

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Here's some more tab of tunes that I learned elsewhere, like from my former teacher Diane Sanabria (in Western MA), or from American Banjo Camp or Fiddle Tunes. Also check out the Canotes' website! This fun version of Cindy comes from Earl Johnson, and was taught at Dare to be Square 2009 by Dave Mount: Get my Whiskey from Rockingham Here is a quintessential D tune - I could play it for hours.