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Banjostray commented on Banjostray's blog post The Banjo & How to play it - Emille Grimshaw
"Thanks guys. No question as such just a reflection on the journey. I’ve been playing for a while but wanted to go back to basics, in part, to re-kindle my playing as it has felt jaded of late. It was a bit of a shock that I can’t even do…"
Dec 28, 2019
Joel Hooks commented on Banjostray's blog post The Banjo & How to play it - Emille Grimshaw
"Hello!  I want to help but I am not sure what the question is."
Dec 28, 2019
Trapdoor2 commented on Banjostray's blog post The Banjo & How to play it - Emille Grimshaw
"Students are usually told to horrifically exaggerate such stuff initially, have fun with it, make noise. Even when I was playing in a local string orchestra (Viola), our conductor would have us practice the "comic book" version of the…"
Dec 28, 2019
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Journey through The Banjo & How to play it - Emille Grimshaw

Part 2 - Preliminary lessons & exercisesHaving carefully studied the foregoing remarks, noted the correct method of holding the banjo and the playing positions of right and left hands, the student may now proceed with the following exercises. They should be practised until a full, clear tone is obtained. Remember to keep the thumb of the right hand extended beyond the fingers.So here is the first exercise to be played. In the absence of a teacher it's worth spending time looking at this in…See More
Dec 27, 2019
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Journey through The Banjo & How to play it - Emille Grimshaw

Part 2 - Preliminary lessons & exercises

Having carefully studied the foregoing remarks, noted the correct method of holding the banjo and the playing positions of right and left hands, the student may now proceed with the following exercises. They should be practised until a full, clear tone is obtained. Remember to keep the thumb of the right hand extended beyond the fingers.

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