Thanks to the Rob´s recording of the Bradbury´s banjo tutorial (an awesome book), I could notice this catchy tune. It was lot of fun to learn it!

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Comment by thereallyniceman on August 25, 2014 at 7:39

Very good playing German, and very good to see you back on site too!

Your technique is improving rapidly and it is good to see you up and beyond the 12th fret, without oxygen ;-)

I like the banjos sound too, nice and snappy and a booming bass.


Comment by carrie horgan on August 25, 2014 at 8:30

Great playing German - good timing and smoothly played.    

Comment by Trapdoor2 on August 25, 2014 at 17:22

Excellent! Bravo!

Comment by marc dalmasso on August 26, 2014 at 8:42

soy Rémi y me gusta tu tecnica;papa a dicho que avias echo progresos.

Comment by marc dalmasso on August 26, 2014 at 12:28

bravo ; playing & Bj sound

a lil'  tune from South America here

Comment by German David Patarroyo on August 28, 2014 at 4:26

Thank you for the comments. Actually, this is the first video with the MIC I bought some months ago (A ZOOM HD3) and I am satisfied with the sound (much better that the laptop´s mic!). I am dealing (yet!) with Clematis Waltz, so when I get comfortable I will also share that recording. For now, I will continue looking for other tunes (e.g. Gypsy Dance and others from the Bradbury´s book) and practicing a lot!!...this is the only way to continue improving my technique :)

Remi y Marc, merci beaucoup!!. Aprender banjo por mi cuenta ha sido todo un reto, pero la constancia dará sus frutos. Rémi, vas muy bien con el banjo y suenan genial con tu padre y tu abuelo. Hay temas de latinoamérica muy bonitos...gracias por compartir.

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