You Can Teach Yourself Banjo

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Mel Bay Publications, Feb 1, 2003 - Music - 116 pages
2 Reviews
This is the ideal beginner's book, presenting the basics of playing the 5-string banjo is a way that is both fun and produces quick results. Janet Davis takes you on an extensive tour of this instrument's fundamental techniques as well as some intermediate possibilities including rolls, chords, bluegrass banjo techniques, playing up the neck, licks, endings, and other basic information needed to play bluegrass and melodic-style banjo. Thorough performance notes are provided from beginning to end revealing the secrets of this versatile traditional instrument. The companion DVD video is included (The DVD teaches through Lesson 22.).

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Begining Banjo

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I found this Mel Baye beginner banjo book just the thing I needed to get started. Thanks for the prompt delivery and modest shipping charges. I will use your web site again when needed. Read full review

Review: You Can Teach Yourself Banjo [With DVD]

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Great Book for the Beginning Banjo Player... Establishes good fundamentals and builds from there Read full review

About the author (2003)

As ?one who gathers stories, ? Janet Davis has used her Master's degree in Spiritual Nurture from Western Seminary-Seattle work as a hospital chaplain, spiritual director, retreat speaker to speak with a wide variety of Christian women?all of whom contributed to Janet's quest for a feminine spirituality. Together with her husband of twenty-six years, Bob, she appreciates any and all time she can spend with her grown children, Bobby, Jenna and Betsy.

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