Great job! Your timing was spot on. I’d suggest doing the 0-2 on the 4th string as a hammer-on rather than picking it twice in a row, but you’re off to a great start!
Thanks for the feedback Michael. Actually, I have been practicing it that way. It get difficult to double pick as it speeds up, so the hammer on is a wonderful idea, thanks!!!
I’m no banjo player but sounds clean to me!
That’s a mighty fine first submission. Were you playing with a metronome? Your timing is impeccable.
I noticed the same thing Michael Mark did, so no additional recommendations from me. Great job!
Thanks, I give the credit to the Twanger!!!
No, no metronome. I am a simple man. If i concentrate on the metronome, I play poorly. Wait, there is no difference, I should start using it, lol.
I gotta thank Gunnar too, he helped me with the video uploading process. So, Thanks Gunnar!!!
Really nice! You look and sound fluid, relaxed and smooth.
Yes, really nice! And good timing!
good thing there was only 1 camera!!!
This was me just before I started to record…
I thought it was Excellent Daniel. Was that one of @BanjoBen 's Lessons ?
Oh man, that was smooth. Great timing and tone, every note clear.
On next video, if we can see just another couple three inches up the neck to see your left hand that would be great.
Well, don’t feel too bad. I still have yet to do what you just did…
Haven’t seen it Archie. Doubt it’s there. Was written in 1929, I’m pretty sure, so it will be copy writed for a long time yet.
Nope, it’s copyrighted.
Archie, I have a good .PDF if you would like.
Unfortunately, no. It is a version from William Nesbit.
I’ll try to capture that in the next one @MissMaggie . I’m still in the “learning” phase of videoing myself. That was with my phone.