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Briggs Corn Shucking Jig and Briggs Jig.

From the Briggs 1855 banjo instructor, with a bell "William Boucher" banjo.

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Comment by Paul Draper on February 27, 2018 at 1:04pm


Comment by Strumelia on February 27, 2018 at 4:50pm

That's great Brice, and the banjo has a real nice tone too!  You're off to a rousing start!   :)

Be cautious about practicing too fast though, as both the timing and execution can start to get sloppy and you don't want to practice that.  Some of the best advice I've ever had was: don't play any faster than you can play cleanly.. the result will be good solid playing that will remain solid as you naturally become faster later.


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