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    Re: Anyone here play banjitar/guitjo?

    I've got the Dean model. Had a new bridge and some other tweaks done to it and now it plays great. But I have a 5 string that gets most of my attention now.
    I think we should all just agree to call...
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    Re: Best online lessons?

    I've learned a ton just from the free stuff Bill Nesbitt has online! He's a great teacher! Doesn't boor the crap outa ya with minutia and gets to the meat of it!
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    Re: Two Fingers on the Head

    No, I don't ever touch the head with my fingers. I can't seem to get my middle finger and ring finger of my right hand to work independently of each other. So all my fingers stay sort of "claw...
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    Re: Two Fingers on the Head

    [QUOTE=Ryk;2809]"I can play MUCH faster and much more accurately if I just do it the way it feels right to me but I'm wondering if it's going to cause me problems down the road."

    Stop the stress...
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    Two Fingers on the Head

    I'm new to playing banjo, but have been playing guitar for a very long time.
    I know you're supposed to keep your right hand pinky and ring fingers on the head while you're picking, but I've tried...
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    Re: Best online lessons?

    I have been using Bill Nesbitt's free online stuff to get started and it's been fantastic! He is a great teacher, keeps it interesting and simple without being too simple.
    Wish I could afford to...
  7. Thread: Tuning to G#

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    Re: Tuning to G#

    The problem you will have is playing with other musicians since most tune to 440. Either that or you will have to play everything a half step down.
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    Re: Anyone here play banjitar/guitjo?

    It's simply a 6 string banjo.
    Not a "banjitar" or "guitjo"

    Regardless of the number of strings or how it is tuned, you play it as if it were a banjo. Because it is... :)
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