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NealR - Posted - 03/29/2020:  19:59:33


Hi All,

I bounce around on lesson websites staying on one for 6 or 7 months then going to another. I've been on Banjoben, Brainjo, Tony Trischka and others. I found JamAlong and I signed up to give it a try. The owner contacted me 5 minutes after I signed up and we talked because he wanted to know what my needs were. GOOD START. Very impressed. Anyone used this site? Opinions?



Neal


Edited by - Texasbanjo on 03/30/2020 14:50:38

northernbelle - Posted - 03/30/2020:  17:40:32


If that's the guy who plays a Deering Calico, yes. I've seen some youtube instruction videos. I think he's an excellent teacher on those. Very specific, well paced, sequenced instruction, etc. Would be interested in hearing how he is one on one lessons are if you do Skype, etc. with him. I haven't used his site.

gcpicken - Posted - 03/30/2020:  21:34:20


As for formal type alternatives, have you tried Truefire (Ned Luberecki) or Tunefox (Bennett Sullivan). There is no customized learning, but there is "good stuff".



John Boulding is a great guy, gives lessons online and has quite a body of lessons.



Bill Evans Peghead Nation.


Edited by - gcpicken on 03/30/2020 21:48:08

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