Has anyone got any good Christmas tabs?? Picking style
Edited by - Texasbanjo on 12/07/2019 11:43:22
There are many places you will find on the internet if you take a look. Some right here on BanjoHangOut. Here is a link that has a huge selection for this and more. Hope you find what you are looking for. Merry Christmas from Canada
I have no tabs, but I have been BEGGING people to post THEIR cover of my original
"Run, Mary, RUN!"
Am, Dm, E7
I’ve been working on Jack Hatfield’s Christmas book (hatfieldmusic.com/page3.html at the bottom of the page). Mostly beginner to intermediate arrangements, which are perfect for my current level. I started on Scruggs style playing last spring, but I’ve played guitar for 50+ years and clawhammer for 5-6 years.
There are quite a few Christmas tabs in the tab archive. I'll move your thread there and you can check it out.
Here are a page or so of Christmas tabs that might get you started. If you know the name of a song, check it out in the archieves and there may be a tab for it. Go here to get started: https://www.banjohangout.org/w/tab/browse/m/bykeyword/v/Christmas
Edited by - Texasbanjo on 12/07/2019 11:45:21
An easy to learn "Silent night". A kind of 3-finger picking of the two voices combined with basic rolls. See youtube.com/watch?v=QFV67xPD_A0 with the name: "How to Play Silent Night on the Banjo". Presented by Chris Talley.
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