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Beginner to Intermediate
This is a banjo instruction manual I wrote in 1979 at age 19. It is a 26-page file which I offer for free viewing online at any time. I had intended as a primer for the beginner, as well as an introduction to chord theory for the intermediate player.
So whether you play bluegrass or clawhammer banjo, as long as you're in open G tuning,
—Frank Eastes, Jr.
Saturday, February 25, 2012 @7:21:51 AM
Thanks, Frank. I looking forward to reading and using it.
Saturday, February 25, 2012 @8:20:34 AM
Frank I too look forward to taking a look at your book and learning from it. Thanks for sharing. Trish
Saturday, February 25, 2012 @2:18:54 PM
thnx Frank, I have it downloaded. I'm glad you saved that all these years. Cool that it has the water stains and all. Well done. I'm using the theory part along w/ other resources. Thnx for posting it.
Friday, March 2, 2012 @8:12:50 AM
I started playing banjo a year ago. I have some music background playing a saxophone 35 years ago. This got me really interested in music theory as it relates to the banjo. So I've been looking for months for something exactly like what you've posted in the Banjo Book. Thanks for posting it! It's going to be really helpful.
Paul R Says:
Sunday, April 21, 2013 @2:35:05 PM
Thanks for sharing this!
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