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Bill Keith’s 2nd break up the neck tab Cherokee Shuffle

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Sep 22, 2019 - 3:28:46 PM
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Anyone know if a tab for Bill Keith’s up the neck break on Cherokee Shuffle is available anywhere? Thank you.

Sep 22, 2019 - 4:50:50 PM
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There's a tab for a Bill Keith up-the-neck break in the in the tribute article in the January 2016 Banjo Newsletter. I don't know if it's the Bill Keith up-the-neck break, but it's one that he played at a banjo workshop at Grey Fox in 2011.

I don't know if a BNL subscription is required to see the tab or if this article is available to the public at large.

Edited by - Old Hickory on 09/22/2019 16:51:18

Sep 24, 2019 - 7:29:59 PM
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Thank you. That is what I was looking for.

Oct 1, 2019 - 11:09:34 AM

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972 posts since 8/16/2003

It's not Bill's, but my tab has an up-the-neck break. banjo-tabs.com

Oct 1, 2019 - 12:15:56 PM

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Ken,
I believe you need a website subcsription to see the tabs. If you have the magazine subscription then the website is available to you....Jack

Originally posted by Old Hickory

There's a tab for a Bill Keith up-the-neck break in the in the tribute article in the January 2016 Banjo Newsletter. I don't know if it's the Bill Keith up-the-neck break, but it's one that he played at a banjo workshop at Grey Fox in 2011.

I don't know if a BNL subscription is required to see the tab or if this article is available to the public at large.


Edited by - Jack Baker on 10/01/2019 12:17:00

Oct 1, 2019 - 6:50:42 PM

10119 posts since 6/2/2008

quote:
Originally posted by Jack Baker
I believe you need a website subcsription to see the tabs. If you have the magazine subscription then the website is available to you....Jack

That's what I was wondering in posting my comment. 

However, I just went to that page without being logged into my BNL account, and I was able to see the tab.  I know that other times when I click on a tab without being logged in, it displays in an unreadable pixelated form. So maybe BNL is making the Bill Keith tribute tabs available to everyone.

Worst case: non-subscribers pay $2. Well worth it.

Oct 1, 2019 - 6:53:26 PM

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But you have probably purchased a magazine subscription right Ken?. Sometimes I also don't have to log in...

Edited by - Jack Baker on 10/01/2019 18:54:13

Oct 2, 2019 - 9:49:13 AM

10119 posts since 6/2/2008

quote:
Originally posted by Jack Baker

But you have probably purchased a magazine subscription right Ken?. Sometimes I also don't have to log in...


Yes. I get BNL web access because I subscribe to the print edition of BNL -- and will for as long as they keep printing it. Call me old-fashioned.

Sometimes I don't log out when I leave the BNL site so when I go back hours, days, weeks or even months later I'm still logged in and can see any article or tab.

But like I said above, sometimes I go and I'm not logged in and while I can read an old article, when I click on the accompanying tab, the image that displays is pixelated into large black dots so that it is totally unreadable. If I close the image, sign in and click on the tab again, it opens in readable form.

So I did a test today.  I signed out of BNL and re-visited. I opened the January 2016 issue, clicked on the Bill Keith tribute article, clicked on the tab link (a small box/image on the right)  and the tab opened as readable.  I then randomly opened other issues, clicked on links to articles. The tabs opened in pixelated form. 

But: I just got a pop-up telling me that I've reached my monthly limit of 3 free articles. Remember: I'm currently logged out, so BNL doesn't know I'm a subscriber.  I guess a non-subscriber can read 3 articles per month from the BNL archives but still not see the accompanying tab.

And finally:  I decided to test the Bill Keith article one more time, and guess what: The article opened up and the tab is readable.  So I'm guessing that as a service to the banjo community, BNL has removed any restrictions on access to the Bill Keith tribute article and tab so that subscribers and non-subscribers alike can see it.

That's pretty cool.

Oct 2, 2019 - 10:48:17 AM

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