"Right, and at the 19th measure where it says "7th fret" I will hold that at 5th position stopping the D with my 3rd and the F# with my 4th fingers. Learning position playing as a habit is a good thing and one begins to identify patterns as…"
I posted this on the Classic banjo site but thought that people here might like to see it.For your isolated enjoyment I present "The Prize Banjo Instructor" by Jean White, 1884.This A notation book takes an interesting approach to teaching the banjo. Included are four and a half pages of "Diagrams of the Finger-Board". Ah, the old fingerboard chart strikes again, this time with in a different way. You are to study each diagram and easily master your scales by following the notes left to…See More
Joel-You sent me two sets of two picks. But, I think you only charged me for one. Could you please double check the sunshinewave order. And, if you've only charged me once can I send them back to the PO Box on the envelope?
Yes! Is this Tad the banjo player who entertained Texans in the 1880's, between poker games and gunfights? I was married last May, thus the additional last name. I retired and now live in Clayton, Ok, in the Kiamichi Mountains of the southeast part of the state.
More time for banjo playing!
I am working on frailing lately, but joined this site to see what I could learn re 1800's music.