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Banjo Buddy Book Review and 365 Tunes Book Review

From phil-b on 7/19/2022 1:07:24 PM

Hi Everyone,

I'm brand new to Irish Tenor Banjo but I have played guitar for about 7 or 8 years. When I went looking on youtube for tutorials I found James Finnegan's channel The Banjo Buddy. I was impressed by his videos and so I bought his beginner book. The Banjo Buddy Book. Since shipping was more or less the same for one book or two I also bought his Big Book of 365 Irish Tunes. I have just started a youtube channel of my own and so I did an unboxing/review of the books. Thought people might like a little more insight in to the books before they purchased. You can find the youtube review here.


Lisabet says:
7/19/2022 2:46:49 PM

Thanks. I’ll check out his site. I’m learning too!

crazyace says:
7/19/2022 3:36:39 PM

Check out videos by Gerry O'Conner or Enda Scahill.

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