Man alive! Gonna have to replace the strings after that one. He done melted them off!
Catching up after a lengthy break… but wanted to welcome you to the very best Forum there is.
You are among good and helpful friends here.
omg this like a earl scruggs driving test
Haha, that’s funny!
I’m only just getting around to beginning this. I don’t have a lot of time for learning new stuff at the moment being a busy carer, but I’ll try and learn this a bit at a time. Wish me luck y’all.
This instantly became my favorite lesson when Ben released it. You can do it! Good luck!
I got it down on the full-speed version but failed to record & post it. Lately, I’ve been on a fingerstyle guitar kick for a couple months it seems. I keep asking myself if this is “healthy” or not for my playing to get on a guitar or banjo kick for weeks on end?
Does anybody have a strategy on balancing practice between instruments? I’m not sure what the best balance is. Maybe it depends on the physiology of the individual?
Hi Neil My strategy was to give away my mandolin and geetar and just focus on the banjo.
Why ? you might ask.
Well I never could find the time to study guitar and mandolin and they were just gathering dust while I was having so much fun learning the banjo.
Oh no! I was hoping for a solution to keep playing my Banjo AND Guitar. I just find that the Guitar is somewhat of a “Queen” of instruments; able to play vitually any Genre’ and would weep to give it up. Trouble is, I also love the Banjo!
Don’t know about “best balance” but I usually learn to play a piece on everything I play before moving on. I often record my own rhythm tracks, which helps keep different instruments in my hands
Hi Neil, Mike @mharrison43 seems to have a great handle on things.
High praise indeed @Mark_Rocka!
Thanks Mark, I see you did an excellent job with it.