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Cripple Creek Expansion Pack - Bluegrass Banjo
 
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In the office today, but hopefully you won't mind the different "scenery". :) If you've been practicing what you've learned in the beginner series, you're probably ready for some different ideas to try in Cripple Creek. I'll show you a few different ideas here. Get what you can, let the rest go. Don't try to do it exactly like I do. That's not the point. I'd rather hear you blazing your own trail. :) I'm playing a Recording King M5
Views: 20894 Jim Pankey
Bluegrass Banjo Lesson 35 - How to play Cripple Creek
 
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Learn three breaks to this bluegrass banjo standard. Tablature for all three breaks is available from http://markwardle.net/beginnerbanjo. And don't forget you can purchase all 30 beginner banjo lessons here on a usb data stick or data DVD. These lessons make a great present!
Views: 42263 markwardle
Cripple Creek from Foggy Mountain Banjo - Tom Adams banjo lesson
 
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Tom Adams banjo lesson November 2012 tab available at http://www.adamscountybanjo.com/ Skype banjo lessons with Tom http://www.adamscountybanjo.com/tom-adams-banjo-lessons-skype.html Key of A, capo 2nd fret, G tuning gDGBD This version of Cripple Creek is based on the 1960 recording by Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs and the Foggy Mountain Boys, with Buddy Harman on drums. Album: Foggy Mountain Banjo (Columbia CL 1564)
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Banjo Lesson Beginning Bluegrass Banjo - Cripple Creek
 
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Purchase Full Lesson Here: http://www.musicians-workshop.com/index.php/cr.html Click here for FREE Dyno-Tab: http://youtu.be/1s1FISGhMN4 Includes: Banjo Lesson introducing the 5-string banjo to the complete beginner, identification of all the parts, how to tune, basic chord formations, how to read banjo tablature, wearing your picks, 5 roll patterns He teaches you to play 4 tunes in complete detail. Tunes include: - Cripple Creek - She'll be Comin Round the Mountain - Oh Susannah - Cumberland Gap (two variations: regular and up-the-neck). You can also find us on Facebook!: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Musicians-Workshop/109810315727298
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Cripple Creek Variations (Video 2 of 2): Bluegrass Banjo Lesson
 
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Hear this tune played with guitar rhythm backup (slow, medium, fast) starting at 12:07. Chords are provided in the first "Cripple Creek Revisited" video. This is video 2 of 2 -- Here I add variations to both parts A (one variation) and B (two variations) to the "Regular" parts from the previous video. The A part variation is loosely based on the first half of "Banjo In The Hollow" by Doug Dillard. The original recording for this tune from 1963 can be found on YouTube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJTW2ruur-I Both of the B part variations are from the Flatt and Scruggs "Foggy Mountain Banjo" album version of Cripple Creek. Here I also teach a Scruggs style ending to the tune, found at 16:57. Free tab sheets (PDF) and play-along tracks (MP3) for this and many other tunes are available at my website, www.littlerockbanjo.com. Hope you enjoy. I have posted this teaching video for instructional purposes only and, in my opinion, it constitutes fair use: "The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright."
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Beginner Bluegrass Banjo Lesson - Cripple Creek B - Ned Luberecki
 
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Beginner Bluegrass Banjo Lesson - Cripple Creek Slow - Ned Luberecki
 
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Views: 761 TrueFire
Boil Them Cabbage Down (Up-The-Neck) Beginner Banjo Lesson
 
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Here's the video preview for the beginner lesson to Boil Them Cabbage Down (Up-The-Neck). The full length video is a 42 minute lesson with tab and three practice tracks included. Purchase this video and others at: https://www.mikeheddingmusic.com/lessons/boil-them-cabbage-down-up-the-neck-beginner-banjo/ https://www.mikeheddingmusic.com/banjovideos Subscribe Link: http://eepurl.com/XqPu9 Thanks for watching!
Views: 1604 Mike Hedding
Cripple Creek Variation Banjo Book #BanjoLesson #ScruggsStyle
 
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TAB booklet containing 7 variations on "Cripple Creek" for Banjo Intended for beginner-intermediate students. Contains examples from roll-based, single-string and melodic styles. Melody in a variety of octaves including up the neck. Downloadable MP3's included (medium and slower tempo) To purchase: http://www.jodyhughesmusic.com/tablature or direct http://jodyhughesmusic.com/downloads/7-variations-cripple-creek/ To become a patreon and support my music go here:https://www.patreon.com/JodyHughes
Views: 392 Jody Hughes
Cripple Creek on 5-string Bluegrass Banjo
 
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This assumes you've worked the open string rolls and simpler chords shown in my earlier videos. I take you lick by lick through the two parts of the song -- explaining as we go what both hands are doing. I didn't write the song -- it's traditional and in the pubic domain. I know there are many video tutorials of this song on YouTube and elsewhere. Thanks for watching this one. Hope you like it.
Views: 122503 williamanesbitt
Down The Neck Rolling Backup (Key Of G) Intermediate Banjo Lesson
 
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Here's the video lesson preview for the intermediate arrangement to Down The Neck Rolling Backup. The full length video is a 38 minute note for note breakdown of the tune and additional tips for creating backup. Also included is the tab and three practice tracks. Purchase this video and others at: https://www.mikeheddingmusic.com/lessons/down-the-neck-rolling-backup-key-of-g-intermediate-banjo/ http://www.mikeheddingmusic.com/banjovideos Subscribe Link: http://eepurl.com/XqPu9 Thanks for watching!
Views: 1490 Mike Hedding
Free Banjo Lesson: Learn To Read Tab
 
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Get this free lesson by signing up for the basic membership and get access to dozens of lessons! Get this lesson and others at: https://www.mikeheddingmusic.com/signup https://www.mikeheddingmusic.com/banjovideos Subscribe Link: http://eepurl.com/XqPu9 Thanks for watching!
Views: 1421 Mike Hedding
CRIPPLE CREEK
 
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Une pièce facile d'après un "traditionnel" américain pour le banjo à 5 cordes.
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5-String Banjo Instruction Album [1967] - Earl Scruggs
 
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5-String Banjo Instruction Album [1967] - Earl Scruggs Label: Earl Scruggs & Sons, Inc. - BIA-1 Format: Vinyl Country: US Song List: Band 1 A1 Introduction. A2 Tuning The Banjo. A3 Basic Rhythm. A4 Basic Right Hand Exercise. A5 Alternating Thumb Pattern. Band 2 A6 Mixing Of Basic Rhythm. A7 Basic Sliding 3rd String. A8 Basic Sliding 4th String. A9 Sliding With Basic Rhythm. A10 Sliding With Alternating Thumb Pattern. Band 3 A11 Mixing Sliding, Basic Rhythm, Alternating Thumb Pattern. A12 Chorus Of "Cripple Creek." A13 Hammering On. A14 Hammering Into Basic Rhythm. A15 Forward Roll And Hammering Onto 4th String. Band 4 A16 Mixing Hammering And Sliding Into The Basic Rhythm Using Alternating Thumb Pattern. A17 Forward Roll Modification And Adding A C Chord. A18 Sliding And Hammering In "Cripple Creek." A19 Pulling Off On 1st String. A20 Hammer Pull-Offs Using Left Hand. Band 5 A21 Pulling Off In Basic Rhythm A22 Push Off. A23 Push Off And Alternating Thumb Pattern. A24 Another Technique Of Sliding And Alternating Thumb Pattern. A25 Advanced Version Of "Cripple Creek." Band 6 A26 Variation Of A Forward Roll. A27 Another Roll In "Cripple Creek." A28 For Forward Rolls. A29 Reverse Roll. A30 Forward And Reverse Roll As Used In "The Ballad Of Jed Clampett." Band 1 B31 Combination Of Basic Rhythm, Alternating Thumb, And Reverse Roll. B32 Backward Roll Using Right Hand. B33 Re-tune Into C Tuning Illustrating 1st Line Of "Home Sweet Home." B34 Re-tune Into G Tuning Advanced Left Hand Technique Variation Of Reverse Roll. B35 Adding A Slide On The 3rd String. Band 2 B36 Forward Roll Putting Emphasis On The 2nd String With Thumb. B37 Forward Roll With Hammer Onto 2nd String. B38 Double Hammer On 2nd String And Adding 1st String. B39 Hammering A Pull-Off In A Reverse Roll. B40 Same Exercise As Previous One Adding Fretting Of 1st String. Band 3 B41 Basic Waltz Rhythm And Rolling Waltz Rhythm. B42 Basic Rolling And Waltz Rhythm Adding A Slide. B43 Tuning The Tuners To Open G And D Chords. B44 Tuning Procedure In "Flint Hill Special." B45 Second String Tuner Exercise. Band 4 B46 Harmonic Chimes. B47 Vamping In Full Chord Positions. B48 Vamping And Rhythm. B49 Chord Chaning With Rhythm. B50 Variation Of Rhythm. Band 5 B51 Vamping Rhythm And Muting. B52 Vamping Adding A Hammer. B53 Vamping With Bass String Runs Part 1 And Part 2. B54 Vamping An Ending. B55 C 6th Chord Forward Roll. Band 6 B56 Back Up Run. B57 Boogie Woogie Back Ups. B58 Back Up Run Using The 1st And 2nd Strings While Muting Other String With The Right Hand. B59 Another Fill In Run. B60 Whole And Half Note Chokes.
How to play Scruggs Style up the neck
 
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Most of us banjo pickers can rip it up between the 1st and 5th frets, but being able to glide effortlessly up the neck and keep that flow of Scruggs licks is what separates the mice from the real pickers. In this video lesson you will learn how to take the standard F, D and Barre shapes and turn them into sparkling hot licks, that you can use in any key for soloing at jams. And if you still have questions, just go to jamalong.org and order your own CUSTOM VIDEO LESSON, yes that's right, we'll make you a custom video lesson on any subject or song you choose! Enjoy this lesson preview, and visit http://jamalong.org/product/movable-scruggs-licks-for-banjo for the full lesson. JamAlong Music Method - Learn Music, Your Way! www.jamalong.org 530-566-3629 https://www.facebook.com/jamalongmusicmethod/
LeLickDeLaMortQuiTue 1-CrippleCreek
 
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First take and first example to show "le lick de la mort qui tue" to my friends who play the banjo. Easy to play, can be used in all the tunes. First, I play it in the A part and later in the B part. Tab on demand, SameName§gmail.com
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Dueling Banjos: How I play it on 5-string Bluegrass Banjo
 
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No banjo tune is "set in stone." Every banjo tune (or tune on any other instrument) can be improvised upon. But you need your own "bag of tricks" to draw from to make that happen. Here I found the opportunity to pass along some of my favorite banjo licks to you, within the framework of "Dueling Banjos", put together in a way that (hopefully) makes musical sense, set to a simple chord pattern. In my version I start off slow (like the movie version), with guitar and banjo swapping licks, then gradually build up speed into the "fast part," then go back to the swapping part, then into another fast part, then finish with an ending similar to the movie ending. I feel like I do this in the same spirit as the original 1954 version from Arthur "Guitar Boogie" Smith and Don Reno. They used it as an opportunity to show off their hot licks on the 5-string and plectrum banjos (so it really was "Feuding Banjos"). I don't really know many hot licks, but I hope you'll find this a useful tool for building your improvisational bag of tricks. Tab and play-along tracks at faster speeds are available at my site, littlerockbanjo.com. I have posted this video for instructional (teaching) purposes only and, in my opinion, it constitutes fair use: "The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright." Hope you enjoy.
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Bluegrass Banjo Lesson: "Reuben" (Part 2 of 3)
 
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Hear this variation played with guitar rhythm backup (slow, medium, fast) starting at 11:45. This is Part 2 (refer back to Part 1 for tuning instructions) of a three-part instructional tutorial YouTube video lesson teaching the popular traditional bluegrass tune "Reuben" (a.k.a. "Reuben's Train," "Lonesome Reuben") recorded as an instrumental by Flatt and Scruggs on the Foggy Mountain Banjo album) on 5-string bluegrass banjo. It also forms the basis for the Osborne Brothers' hit song "Ruby." On this video I teach the up-the-neck part of the tune lick by lick, phrase by phrase, using on-screen tablature, then put it together -- slowly at first, then faster toward the end, adding guitar audio overlay (guitar chord notations can be found on Part 1). I have posted this teaching video for instructional purposes only and, in my opinion, it constitutes fair use: "The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright." Free tab and play-along tracks at different speeds are available at my website, littlerockbanjo.com. Hope you enjoy.
Views: 5659 williamanesbitt
Banjo Lesson: Up The Neck on Cumberland Gap
 
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Assuming you've already got the low part going. If not, check my instructional video on the low part. As with anything on any string instrument, there is seldom only one way to play something. I'm telling you how I play it, not necessarily how you must play it. This is the straight-up Scruggs style, best I can. Download the tab at my banjo site. I've included tab snippets on the video itself, hopefully to help you along the way. Hope you have fun!
Views: 17479 williamanesbitt
Banjo Lessons Basics - Cripple Creek Detailed
 
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Banjo lessons from a banjo teacher with over 30 years of teaching experience.
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Cripple Creek - Scruggs [Banjo]
 
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Views: 232 Tunefox
Bluegrass Banjo Lesson 36 - How to play Cripple Creek Backup
 
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Learn some backup techniques for this essential banjo number. Many thanks to my good friend and fellow banjo picker Peter Sommerville for some of these ideas.
Views: 8357 markwardle
Up The Neck Scruggs Licks + Foggy Mountain Special (Tom Adams banjo)
 
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Tom Adams banjo lesson July 2012 tab available at http://www.adamscountybanjo.com/2012-07-02-foggy-mt-special.pdf There are 4 parts to this lesson: 1 - 0:00 High G backup lick - can be used to fill 2 measures at the end of a vocal line. 2 - 1:00 High C backup lick - can be used to fill 2 measures at the end of a vocal line. Both of the above licks contain no open strings so they can be played at any fret. Try moving the High C lick two frets higher and you'll be playing the same lick with a D chord. 3 - 1:39 Descending lick from the tune "Earl's Breakdown". The first example puts the lick in context with the tune by playing an extra measure before and after the main lick (which is 6 measures long). View the source for this descending lick at the YouTube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=drHCosJWH0Q 4 - 2:40 Foggy Mountain Special - this break is based on Earl Scruggs' playing on the Flatt & Scruggs TV Show at the YouTube video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCYCCuJLIaA Skype Banjo Lessons with Tom Adams info available at http://www.adamscountybanjo.com/tom-adams-banjo-lessons-skype.html
Views: 35079 banjothink
Cripple Creek
 
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Description by Artist: This one of the first songs most banjo players learn a real bluegrass standard. My arrangement is a little different from Earls. To make it easy to hear I try to bring out as many melody notes as possible. I have included a little break up the neck and a typical ending lick. Tabs included. Complete lesson available for download at TeachYourTunes.com
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Cripple Creek Guitar Solo Lesson!
 
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Lesson Link: https://banjobenclark.com/lessons/cripple-creek-guitar Check out these hot geetar solos for Cripple Creek now at BanjoBenClark.com! Gold Pick members have access to: – 25+ minute video lesson! – Tabs for both solos and the basic melody! – 3 speeds of mp3 rhythm tracks!
Views: 64535 Banjo Ben Clark
5-String Banjo Lesson -- "Old Joe Clark"
 
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This is an instructional tutorial YouTube video lesson teaching my 5-string banjo version of the traditional public domain tune "Old Joe Clark" on 5-string banjo. As usual, I teach the instrumental tune lick by lick using on-screen tablature, then put it together -- slowly at first, then faster toward the end, adding guitar audio overlay, as well as guitar chords toward the end. Hear it played with guitar rhythm backup (slow, medium, fast) starting at 13:00. Free tab and play-along tracks at different speeds are available at my website, littlerockbanjo.com. I have posted this teaching video for instructional purposes only. Hope you enjoy.
Views: 21190 williamanesbitt
Man Of Constant Sorrow (Up-The-Neck) Intermediate Banjo Lesson
 
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Here's the video preview for the intermediate lesson to Man Of Constant Sorrow (Up-The-Neck). The full length video is a 33 minute lesson with tab and four practice tracks included. Purchase this video and others at: https://www.mikeheddingmusic.com/lessons/man-of-constant-sorrow-up-the-neck-intermediate-banjo/ https://www.mikeheddingmusic.com/banjovideos Subscribe Link: http://eepurl.com/XqPu9 Thanks for watching!
Views: 1340 Mike Hedding
Bag O' Licks for Banjo- Up the Neck!
 
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Lesson link: https://banjobenclark.com/lessons/bag-o-licks-up-the-neck-banjo - All banjer pickers want to play up the neck, and this is a great way to get started! I offer you 3 "G" licks, 2 "C" & "D" licks, and 2 "utility" licks that can be used over lots of chords. I also give you 3 different lick combos putting the licks together in different ways, and the video shows you how to arrange them for whatever song you're pickin'!
Views: 30934 Banjo Ben Clark
Amazing Grace (Up-The-Neck) Beginner Banjo Lesson
 
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Here's the video lesson preview for the beginner arrangement to Amazing Grace (Up-The-Neck). The full length video is a 29 minute note for note breakdown of the tune and additional tips for backup. Also included is three tab and nine practice tracks. Purchase this video and others at: https://www.mikeheddingmusic.com/lessons/amazing-grace-up-the-neck-beginner-banjo/ http://www.mikeheddingmusic.com/banjovideos Subscribe Link: http://eepurl.com/XqPu9 Thanks for watching!
Views: 6581 Mike Hedding
Learnin' to Pick Cripple Creek on the Mandolin!
 
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Lesson link: https://banjobenclark.com/lessons/cripple-creek-mandolin-beginner http://www.BanjoBenClark.com for video/tabs as a Gold Pick members! Cripple Creek is a standard tune, and you're up a crippled creek without a pick if you don't know how to play it! Learn a basic version to get a handle on the melody with the first solo, then dance the rapids a bit with the second solo in this tab. Come on in...the water's fine!
Views: 86630 Banjo Ben Clark
Banjo Lesson: Lonesome Road Blues Part 1 -- Up the Neck
 
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Hear this tune played with guitar rhythm backup (slow, medium, fast) starting at 11:06. Guitar chords are provided on-screen. By request, this is an instructional tutorial 5-string bluegrass banjo lesson teaching the popular instrumental "Lonesome Road Blues," a.k.a. "Going Down the Road Feeling Bad." "... Lonesome Road Blues, is an American traditional song, "a white blues of universal appeal and uncertain origin" (Ralph Rinzler, quoted on Erbsen 2003, p. 118). It was recorded by many artists through the years; the first known is Henry Whitter in 1924 as "Lonesome Road Blues." Others who recorded it include Cliff Carlisle (also as "Down In The Jail On My Knees"), Woody Guthrie (also as "Blowin' Down This Road" or "I Ain't Gonna Be Treated This Way"), Bill Monroe, Earl Scruggs, Roy Hall, Elizabeth Cotten, the Grateful Dead, Canned Heat." (Wikipedia) This version is based on my listening to Flatt and Scruggs' version on the 1961 album "Foggy Mountain Banjo." A must-have for bluegrass banjoists, in my opinion. I also found a nice YouTube of Doc Watson playing it on guitar and singing it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03L9RrNdMF0 He's in the key of D, putting in some incredible lead fills and singing it smoothly as always. On this video I teach my version of the tune lick by lick, phrase by phrase, using on-screen tablature, then I put it together -- slowly at first, then faster toward the end, adding rhythm guitar audio overlay. This tune is traditional and in the Public Domain. Free tab and play-along tracks at different speeds are available at my website, littlerockbanjo.com. Hope you enjoy. I consider this one an "essential" in any banjo instrumental repertoire.
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Cripple Creek Banjo Lesson
 
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Steve Hicks of Dockwood Music Instruction teaching Cripple Creek for beginners.
Views: 147 Steve Hicks
Foggy Mountain Breakdown Up the Neck Part 1
 
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Here is my version of "Foggy Mountain Breakdown" played up the neck. Similar to Scruggs' original version, but not note for note. As usual, I explain the sequences lick by lick, with focus on both hands and on-screen tablature. Learn the licks, put them together at a slow pace, memorize, then pick up speed.
Views: 52023 williamanesbitt
No Chords Cripple Creek
 
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Look Ma, No Chords The Scruggs tab says do this: No chords are needed. If the guitar player plays chords it would sound better. The tab even names the guitar chords and shows where they change,
Views: 2235 Richard Dress
BANJO LESSONS WITH ROB - CRIPPLE CREEK
 
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Step by step banjo lessons, with practice videos.
Views: 34759 Rob Bourassa
Exploring Backup With Cripple Creek
 
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Cripple Creek is usually one of the first songs aspiring banjo players learn the melody to so I figure it's a good place to start looking at some backup concepts. This video demonstrates walking bass notes, vamp chords, fill licks and chord substitutions. If you're new to the concept of chord substitution Google can supply you with plenty of exhaustive insights into it; If you prefer to pick more and read less think of it this way: Chord substitutions are nothing more than harmonies or chords that share similar notes. In this example I play an Am chord over, or instead of, a D7 chord. D7 = D A F# C Am = A C E I do this so I can keep the bass line going (B-A-G) and since the notes are played so dry and fast you can easily get away with this type of substitution. You could play a D7 chord at the 5th fret with the A in the bass but I find that cumbersome and unnecessary when playing the song up tempo. Tab available at http://www.seanray.com
Views: 69096 Sean Ray
Cripple Creek for 5 string Banjo - 3 Finger Bluegrass Style
 
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We look at this old standard from a beginner's perspecitve. Most of the basic elements of Scruggs style playing can be found in this song. From Jim Penson - www.pensonstringwerks.com
Views: 129079 Jim Penson
Cripple Creek - Backup [Banjo]
 
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Banjo Lessons Online Cripple Creek Part 1 Shawn Cheek YouTube Teacher
 
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http://www.youtube.com/user/WacoMusicLessons#p/u For MORE Free Banjo Lessons From Shawn.
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Foggy Mountain Breakdown Up the Neck Part 2
 
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Here is my version of "Foggy Mountain Breakdown," the second up the neck part. This version is my own, somewhat similar to Scruggs' original version, but not note for note. As usual, I explain the sequences lick by lick, with focus on both hands and on-screen tablature. Watch till the end of the video for a demo on how the three parts sound together sped up (although still not nearly as fast as Scruggs original version). Also, the ending lick is explained and tabbed at the end of the video.
Views: 23874 williamanesbitt
Wabash Cannonball for Banjo: Down and Up the Neck!
 
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Lesson link: https://banjobenclark.com/lessons/wabash-cannonball-banjo - Check out these down & up-the-neck banjo solos for "Wabash Cannonball!" Gold Pick members at http://BanjoBenClark.com can now receive: – 20+ minute video lesson! – Tabs in pdf and tef file formats! – 3 speeds of mp3 rhythm tracks!
Views: 25652 Banjo Ben Clark
Bluegrass Banjo Lesson: "Lonesome Banjo"
 
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Hear this tune played with guitar rhythm backup (slow, medium, fast) starting at 10:38. Guitar chords are provided on-screen. This is an instructional tutorial 5-string bluegrass banjo lesson teaching my version of "Lonesome Banjo," a tune written by Arnold Watson and recorded on the Doc & Merle Watson album, Home Sweet Home. On this video I teach the tune lick by lick, phrase by phrase, using on-screen tablature, then I put it together -- slowly at first, then faster toward the end, adding rhythm guitar audio overlay and on-screen chord prompts. Free tab sheets (PDF) and play-along tracks (MP3) for this and many other tunes are available at my website, www.littlerockbanjo.com. Hope you enjoy. I have posted this teaching video for instructional purposes only and, in my opinion, it constitutes fair use: "The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright."
Views: 5297 williamanesbitt
Bill Cheatham on Banjo– Scruggs Style!
 
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Lesson link: https://banjobenclark.com/lessons/bill-cheatham-scruggs-style-banjo – I taught Alan Munde's advanced melodic version years ago, but have had many requests for a Scruggs-style approach! Gold Pick members at BanjoBenClark.com receive: – 20-minute video lesson! – Tabs in pdf/tef file formats! – 3 speeds of rhythm jam tracks!
Views: 11353 Banjo Ben Clark
Creating Banjo Drive with Fireball Mail!
 
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Lesson link: https://banjobenclark.com/lessons/fireball-mail-creating-drive-banjo - What is ‪#‎banjo‬ "drive?" It's a big word, so let's take "Fireball Mail" and learn more about drive this week at http://BanjoBenClark.com! Gold Pick members receive: – 20 minutes of video instruction! – Tabs in pdf/tef file formats! – 3 speeds of mp3 rhythm tracks!
Views: 39791 Banjo Ben Clark
Easy (but awesome!) Banjo Songs: How to Play "AMAZING GRACE" (3 Finger Banjo)
 
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Replay video of the LIVE Workshop in the Brainjo Virtual Classroom. CLICK HERE to get the free book of "Easy but Awesome" banjo tabs, including the one in this video: https://fingerstylebanjo.com/easytabs/ This song is one of over a hundred in The Vault, a library of tabs in the Breakthrough Banjo course for fingerstyle banjo. Learn more at https://fingerstylebanjo.com. To learn more about the "7 Step Tune Learnin' Process" for learning from tab, click here: https://fingerstylebanjo.com/newtunes/ For the schedule of upcoming workshops in the Virtual Classroom, which is part of the Breakthrough Banjo course, head to https://fingerstylebanjo.com/schedule For more information on the Brainjo level system (this is a level 2 tab), go to https://fingerstylebanjo.com/levels To LEARN TO PLAY FINGERSTYLE BANJO in any style (bluegrass/scruggs, old time 2 finger, 3 finger..) the Brainjo way, check out http://fingertsylebanjo.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------ More banjo songs and learning resources are on their way. Subscribe to this channel so you catch em when they land: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6EQOtIv_0E0HBI3jsvyxUQ?sub_confirmation=1
Bluegrass Banjo Lesson: "Reuben" (Part 1 of 3)
 
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Hear this tune played with guitar rhythm backup (slow, medium, fast) starting at 10:45. This is Part 1 of a three-part instructional tutorial YouTube video lesson teaching the popular traditional bluegrass tune "Reuben" (a.k.a. "Reuben's Train," "Lonesome Reuben") recorded as an instrumental by Flatt and Scruggs on the Foggy Mountain Banjo album) on 5-string bluegrass banjo. It also forms the basis for the Osborne Brothers' hit song "Ruby." On this video I demonstrate open-D tuning (a.k.a. "Reuben Tuning"), then I teach the first (main) part of the tune lick by lick, phrase by phrase, using on-screen tablature, then put it together -- slowly at first, then faster toward the end, adding guitar audio overlay, as well as guitar chords. I have posted this teaching video for instructional purposes only and, in my opinion, it constitutes fair use: "The fair use of a copyrighted work, including such use by reproduction in copies or phonorecords or by any other means specified by that section, for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching (including multiple copies for classroom use), scholarship, or research, is not an infringement of copyright." Free tab and play-along tracks at different speeds are available at my website, littlerockbanjo.com. Hope you enjoy.
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"Foggy Mountain" Roll Exercise for Banjo
 
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Exercises up and down the neck using the picking technique featured in Earl Scruggs' most famous composition for 5-String Banjo, "Foggy Mountain Breakdown." Get that picking hand going and build up your speed. Also, be sure to check out my tutorial video of the whole tune, taught lick-by-lick, line-by-line here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjqT6y5V9D0 Find tabs at my site "littlerockbanjo dot com"
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Cripple Creek - Banjo Cover
 
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This is a banjo cover of Cripple Creek on banjo. I have been playing the banjo on and off for about 4 years, and I started playing again a few weeks ago. I kept making mistakes whilst filming to the extent that this was my 18th attempt. I just got so frustrated that I gave up (RAGE QUIT). I know that in the final video there are a few mistakes but i'm just getting back into it. As well as more banjo covers, I will be posting drum and guitar covers, especially Avenged Sevenfold covers. Any advice or comments will be appreciated. Check out my new channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXHORiShkM_i_OQc9imlVNw
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Banjo Instruction: "Fireball Mail" lick-by-lick
 
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Go to 15:40 if you want to hear the uninterrupted tune first. I uploaded a video several years ago with me playing it... here I teach it. Going lick-by-lick, line-by-line through this wonderful banjo tune. Tab snippets are provided at the bottom of the screen as you go. Full tab is available on my website. "Fireball Mail" (written by Floyd Jenkins) – Recorded by Roy Acuff, Wanda Jackson, and a host of others. Earl Scruggs made it into a popular banjo instrumental on the Foggy Mountain Banjo album in 1959. One reviewer on Amazon said of that album (and I agree): "Despite a painfully short running time of 25 minutes, this 1961 landmark remains one of the most important and influential banjo albums ever made. Released at the height of the folk boom, these 12 instrumentals inspired countless college kids to pick up a five-string banjo and try to emulate the great Earl Scruggs's spectacular three-finger attack. Paul Warren's fiddle and Josh Graves's Dobro keep pace with the master, who creates a template for bluegrass banjo. Although there are more definitive and comprehensive Flatt & Scruggs collections available, Foggy Mountain Banjo will always be a perennial favorite thanks to its original timely release and, of course, the timeless music within." --Marc Greilsamer I'm sure there are many banjo players (myself, until recently) who are unfamiliar with the lyrics: Here she comes, look at her roll There she goes, eatin' that coal Watch her fly, huggin' the rail, Let her by, by, by, the Fireball Mail Let her go, look at her steam, Hear her blow, whistle and scream Like a hound wagging its tail, Dallas bound, bound, bound, the Fireball Mail Engineer, making up time, Tracks are clear, look at her climb See that freight, clearing the rail, Betcha she's late, late, late, the Fireball Mail Watch her swerve, look at her sway, Get that curve out of the way Watch her fly, look at her sail, Let her by, by, by, the Fireball Mail (Repeat 1st verse) This is a transcription of the original recording.
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