All Three Lessons: How to use a Metronome and Timing Exercises, Playing a Song with a Basic Banjo Roll and Chords, and Learning the Chord Forms
How to Use a Metronome and Practice Timing Exercises Using a metronome is not as easy as it might look but it couldn't be any more important to your banjo playing. Let Ross show you how with lots of practical tips and instruction. Then exercise with Ross on video with nine different timing picking examples.. Good timing is essential in bluegrass banjo playing. Having this video available is unusual and your banjo playing and overall satisfaction should benefit a lot by having this instruction. Text and Tablature Booklet Included
Playing a Song Using Just a Banjo Roll and Chords Ross demonstrates playing a song using banjo rolls while changing chords. This simple to learn approach will help you in so many ways and is the foundation of you banjo playing. Being able to pick through the chord changes of a song will structure your playing, make it easier to play with others and helps gives you something to fall back on when you lose your place or make a mistake. Don't miss out on the opportunity to learn this important principle right away. No Tablature needed for this lesson
Learning the Chords Up the Neck By Ear This is 24 minute streaming video will show you by ear how to easily find all the major, minor and seventh chords up the neck without using a chord chart. Ross demonstrates on video the way his book The Banjo Encyclopedia presents learning the chords but now shown to you on video. It's a simple and easy to remember method which should save you a lot of time learning these important chords and positions. Text and Chord Chart Booklet Included
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