Single-string, melodic, and Scruggs, these solos have it all! The first solo is the basic melody, then the twists, tricks, and turns come quick.
Are you doing the dobro next?
Howdy Ben I sure wish you would do dobro lessons I have a very nice Beard MA-6 that needs to be played but just dont know how. Oh and very nice lesson here going to work on it right away
Hey @BanjoBen When you first posted the guitar lesson a few weeks ago I wasn’t too impressed with this tune. Now that I see the banjo lesson. I totally get it.
Looking forward to getting into this at the weekend.
Love the tune, can’t get it out of my head. Boy howdy that banjo sounds great.
Looking forward to tackling it this weekend…
@Maggie Your Banjo sounds brilliant.
I don’t know about the dobro
That banjo sounds great Maggie, it’s also cool that you got to meet Ben!
Yeah. He’s a sweetie. I’ll post that experience soon as well with a video.
Ahh, come on
Now THAT is cool, @Maggie! I don’t recall Ben ever using a student’s banjo for a lesson. That really puts something a little extra special on that banjo’s story. Sorry you missed the camp, but that’s not a bad consolation prize.
I recall someone having bought a gold tone OB250 that had been used in a lesson, but don’t remember who, or which lesson
I use a Flatiron Sweetgrass Banjo to do all my lessons. Oh wait… That’s MY banjo!
Might be possible, if you have enough “Dough-Bro”… $$$$$
I do have the dough, but I’m not sharing any of it, and I have a brother, not sharing him either🤣
Archie, I love the Pig foot on guitar. Can’t stop playing it!
Love the tune. This will be my first full tune in the single-string style. I have only played an occasional lick like that to this point in my journey. Maybe I should do something easier first that sounds Irish.
This is a great one to start on!
Heck yeah it is