HELLO TO ALL.
I am wanting to learn some Christmas tunes this year. I would like to know if any of you have any tab for any of the traditional Christmas music. Your own versions would also be very welcome. I want to get an early start to it so I can learn them by Christmas.
I would appreciate any help.
Take care everyone and have a great summer
Lee :D1 comment
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These are two pics of the same banjo. The black Deering head is new and the Celtic knot I drew on last year. The head broke, hence the new black head. I think it looks good. it is also a dream of mine to someday make my own 5-string banjo
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I fell in love with the banjo when I first heard it played on a record from a gospel bluegrass band that lived in Hawaii. I forget the name of the band but the music was great. I went to the local music store and bought a inexpensive banjo to learn on. I found a good course book that would take a year to do. It was a good book, but when I finished it I wanted more. I tracked down the author and found to my delight he lived here right in winnipeg on the other side of town. After two lessons with him I was sure I would be playing the instrument for the rest of my life, So I went back to the music store to upgrade to a good one. I did't find the ideal banjo but this one has a nice sound, and I am happy with it.
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