Posted by Banjo23055
- Play count: 673
Size: 2,956kb, uploaded 8/2/2008 2:25:53 PM
Genre: Unknown/None Chosen / Playing Style: Other
This one is a little different. About a year ago I heard some claw hammer that I thought was fantastic. I started working on it but never could get the hang of it. Then I wondered if I could play some type of claw hammer with my picks where I could switch back and forth from one style to another. On Jason Skinners instructional DVD, he talked about Don Renos clicking and that gave me the idea. About 2 weeks ago, I seemed to get a little breakthrough. This piece is a little experiment in that regard. I know I need to get a little more slap in this offset claw hammer as I call it. I know there are a lot of real banjo innovators out there on the hangout that could make this thing really work. I would be interested to know if anyone else has really given this type of thing a try. Thanks for listening and not being too hard on my first try. As far as the cabbages go, if you are not making slaw, just keep bilin em.
Jason Skinner Says:
Saturday, August 2, 2008 @3:28:53 PM
Monday, August 4, 2008 @4:30:23 PM
RENO-HAMMER! It really is "flavored!"
Cool, Ellett! You just might have started something here.
Monday, August 4, 2008 @7:12:29 PM
I like it!
Monday, August 4, 2008 @7:23:56 PM
I should have known that Frailin would come up with a good name for it. Now I have got to make sound worthy of it. Thanks all.
Saturday, October 25, 2008 @6:07:38 PM
That is some fast pickin! I love it! Keep up the great work.
Tuesday, December 22, 2009 @11:47:33 AM
That sounded pretty good. I've heard of some folks using picks (3-finger style) and then do a little clawhammer with the ring and little fingers. The finger w/picks are held up out of the way. A little awkward but it works.
Karen Kruske Says:
Saturday, December 18, 2010 @12:54:09 PM
Dang, that was solid!!!! Just listened to Remington Ride before Cabbage and you make me sick! :-) Well, I'm off to burn my banjo. (keep 'em comin')
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