Discuss the Banjo lesson: Backup Banjo Utility Rolls


#21

Oh Man! I think your sense of humor is as warped as mine. :rofl::rofl::rofl:

What you have to say for yourself, Ben! :rofl::rofl::rofl:


#22

Dude! You just found the best Easter egg on this site to date. @BanjoBen should give you some kind of prize for being the first to find that. That’s hilarious!


#23

@campbellneilh I was waiting for it. You just won a hat, t-shirt, and set of strings. Send me your sizes and address at ben@banjobenclark.com


#24

I found it weeks ago but I was too respectful to raise the issue.


#25

You snoozed, you loozed.


#26

Someone made a toot. Neil got the loot.


#27

I just had an ‘epiphany’ that its possible that there may be more hidden “easter-egg” finds on the banjobenclark web-site in various forms. Just sayin’… Happy picking All !


#28

Great lesson. Thanks Ben. You hit a grand slam with this one. Love it when you talk about the syncopation! So far this one and the series with Alan Munde on Fretboard Geography are my favorites among the tons of great lessons. Thanks again.


#29

I discovered this weekend that this works great for Wabash Cannonball. You don’t really stay in C long enough to use the stuff in this lesson, but it works perfectly for the rest of it,

It sounded like this.

Give it a try!


#30

That is on fire!


#31

Man, there is something powerful to this lesson. Those backup riffs just seem to growl. I love it!


#32

That’s awesome Mark and works well. :+1:


#33

Excellent Mark! I was singing Wabash Cannonball in my head while you played and it fit perfect.

Nice chokes and 16ths.