Do-It-Yourself - Banjo

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Do-It-Yourself - Banjo
Do-It-Yourself - Banjo
  • Do-It-Yourself - Banjo
  • Do-It-Yourself - Banjo
  • Do-It-Yourself - Banjo
  • Do-It-Yourself - Banjo
  • Do-It-Yourself - Banjo
  • Do-It-Yourself - Banjo

The Best Step-by-Step Guide to Start Playing
Series: Do It Yourself
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Format: Softcover Media Online – TAB
Author: Mike Schmidt
Do-It-Yourself Banjo is a fun way to get started playing on your own. Using well-known bluegrass tunes, you will be given step-by-step instructions on what you need to know to get started and sounding like a pro in no time. Includes audio tracks for demonstration and play-along, plus video instruction by banjo teacher Mike Schmidt.
Includes: banjo fundamentals; reading banjo tablature; right-hand rolls; left-hand techniques; chords & playing backup; melodic banjo; using a capo; tag licks and endings; banjo maintenance; demonstration and play-along audio tracks; video instruction and demonstration; and more.
The price of this book includes access to audio and video online, for download or streaming, using the unique code found inside. Includes PLAYBACK+, a multi-functional audio player that allows you to slow down audio without changing pitch, set loop points, change keys, and pan left or right–available exclusively from Hal Leonard.
Big Ben
Black Mountain Rag
Boil Them Cabbage Down
Bury Me Beneath The Willow
Cripple Creek
Devil's Dream
Down The Road
Eighth Of January
Flint Hill Special
Foggy Mountain Chimes
I'll Fly Away
In Despair
Mama Don't 'Low
Old Joe Clark
The Red Haired Boy
Seeing Nellie Home
Soldier's Joy
There Is A Time
Think Of What You've Done
Wildwood Flower
Will The Circle Be Unbroken
Inventory #HL 00354325
ISBN: 9781705107638
UPC: 840126936568
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"
128 pages
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