First Lessons Clawhammer
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Written by Dan Levenson, an experienced teacher and performer, this book is ideal for all who are interested in learning to play banjo in the clawhammer style. The book explains the basics of reading tablature, right hand technique, and other elements unique to this style of playing.
*Book does not come with CD*
This 40-page book includes favorites as Little Brown Jug, Cripple Creek, Old Joe Clark, Shady Grove, Mountain Dew, and others.
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This chart fills a gap in understanding and applying banjo licks for all level players. It builds on the knowledge base of 5-string banjo students with an easy to follow layout by pattern type and technique. . . AND, is fun and easy to use!
The picking patterns are grouped by type, use, and by chord for on the spot improvising, arranging, and for substituting in a song you already know to make it "yours!"