Minstrel Banjo

For enthusiasts of early banjo

I have it down to the following from Buckley 1868 (Tim's book): Buckley's Hornpipe, Dan Emmett's Reel, or Lazy Joe (Jig)...

Somebody make a decision...

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These are all great. You gotta pick it tho haha

Let's roll with Lazy Joe (Buckley 1868, p53 in Tim's Buckley's Guide for the Banjo). Looks deceptively "easy", with some 2d string 3d fret hiccups and a couple speed bumps up the neck at 5th & 7th frets...

Good choice. Think of "Buckley's Jig" as you approach it

Coming together in bits and pieces. It's some of the little transitions from phrases. It's almost in phases. That's what you get for letting me pick!! Hahahaha

Duh...I meant compare to Whelpley's Jig, not Buckley's.

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