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Carberry's String Gauges???

So I got my Framus tenor banjo about a month ago, and I'm loving it.  I love the sound, resonance, volume, and look of the instrument.  I like how heavy it is.  It doesn't... Read More
From keelermatt77 11 years ago
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Hello, I'm interested in learning the Irish Tenor Banjo in GDAE tuning using a pick.  I play a little bit of mandolin and can read music for it.  I originally wanted to learn 5... Read More
From yancy 11 years ago

Looking for Guidance

Hello Members, I've inherited a 1952 Framus tenor from my grandpappy. I can play guitar decently and know a thing or two on the ukelele, but I don't have a clue where to start on... Read More
From mjkramer45 12 years ago

Some Reels Played Fingerstyle on Irish Tenor Banjo

Here are some reels I play using a thumb and two fingers: Wayne
From captbanjo 12 years ago
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From christy65 13 years ago

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New tenor
Linked by joemac 6 years ago: Peg head

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Linked by joemac 6 years ago: Ford tenor

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Barry Ford tenor
Linked by joemac 6 years ago: New Ford custom tenor.

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Maid Behind the Bar (reel)
Linked by Tom Hanway 6 years ago

Blog Entry: Traditional Irish and Celtic Tunes in the Public Domain
Linked by Tom Hanway 7 years ago: Irish and Celtic Tunes for 5-String Banjo Materials by Tom Hanway

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"Bag of Spuds" Reel
Linked by robmac07 8 years ago

Tablature: All Through the Night (Ar Hyd y Nos) 4th Variation
Linked by Tom Hanway 8 years ago: In memory of Bill Keith, here is a lovely Welsh air in Celtic fingerstyle that can be played as a Christmas tune.

Blog Entry: What is the 'Celtic' in Folk Music Culture?
Linked by Tom Hanway 8 years ago: Today, use of either English or French symbolises social and material success while use of a living Celtic language symbolises powerlessness, backwardness or clannishness.

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Gold Tone Short Scale Tenor Banjo, SS250 resonator, built by Andy Perkins
Linked by larryalen 8 years ago

Tablature: Music for a Found Harmonium (PCO standard version)
Linked by Tom Hanway 8 years ago: Here's a snapshot standard arrangement that matches my tab of the same tune based on the original Penguin Cafe Orchestra version.

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