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A few more days at home

Posted by BryanWB on Thursday, November 25, 2010

 I've got a little more free time at the moment, so hope to get back to the banjo and do some serious practising. I need to get faster, anyone got some speeding-up tips? (From slow, that is!!)



7 comments on “A few more days at home”

Oalbrets Says:
Thursday, November 25, 2010 @3:41:45 PM

The best tip I know of is pratice, pratice, pratice. Happy Thanksgiving

BryanWB Says:
Friday, November 26, 2010 @1:53:21 AM

Thanks Oscar, and a Happy Thanksgiving to you also. Bryan.

john leary Says:
Friday, November 26, 2010 @5:29:36 AM

Yea, that's the remedy, practice, practice and more practice. But also keep upping the speed of your metronome or what ever devise you use to keep you in check.
Happy pickin, John.

Banjosnob Says:
Friday, November 26, 2010 @7:12:21 AM

drbanjo.com/instructional/inst...peed.html

BryanWB Says:
Friday, November 26, 2010 @8:58:34 AM

Thanks John, and thanks to you also Lynn for the link. Super people on here.

tgaryc Says:
Friday, November 26, 2010 @4:14:34 PM

Practice playing very soft with verly little pick contact, that will speed you up by itself, If you play easy you will be more relaxed, I'm retired and practice everyday and play in jams a couple of times a week, I think only time and practice will bring that really fast speed. You can't play real fast and loud at the sametime, at least I can't.

BryanWB Says:
Friday, November 26, 2010 @5:01:31 PM

Gary, that's a really good tip, I can see the sense in that, thanks so much - I'll be giving that a try tomorrow. Bryan.

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