There’s nothing sweeter than the words of this classic hymn, and I wanted to take this opportunity to teach another banjo tune in the key of C, but open G position! This one “swings” a bit, which makes it really fun to play.
Hi @BanjoBen in this lesson you discuss the use of swing eighth notes. But I see from the .tef file it’s set for Jazz Eighths. Just a quick query.
It’s been my experience that setting TablEdit’s MIDI options to Jazz produces a more “swing feel” than actually setting it to swing. I’ve opted for the Jazz setting on more than one occasion for that reason. I’m betting Ben’s doing the same.
Hi @BanjoBen Yup I know how to change the setting. My query was about the actual setting in the Tef file I downloaded, it was set at Jazz Eights but in the lesson your discussing Swing Eighths. Just wondering what your indented setting should be Jazz or Swing ?
Honestly, I didn’t even know there was such a thing, haha.
Regarding to messure 17 I‘m just ask myself if it dosen‘t make sense to use the index finger instead of ring finger to fret 5 fret 2nd string and be already prepared for the following three pinches… or would this be a wrong move?
Thanks and greets
Yep, I think that would make a lot of sense! Haha. Good thinkin’!