Some of you may be aware that you can play the first part of Banjo in the Hollow as a substitute for the first part of Cripple Creek. The real challenge becomes trying to change things out, but still keep the song recognizable throughout. In the video below I show 5 ways to do that and purposely kept them fairly basic so that players with less experience can begin to explore the way this is done. Questions/comments are welcome. Happy Picking to all! Eddie
Great renditions Eddie. I always enjoy your teaching! Thanks for contributing so much.
Nice! But don't forget to have a 3/4 time variation. Here's my frailing version.
I find your presentation entertaining! Good joke about the contest, I laughed.
Look here, beginning at about the 9:20 mark: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=OlneqC0mVsk
Earl hands his banjo off to an old friend, who then leads the group in his own "Cripple Creek."
Great lesson video! Thank you for your generous contributions here on BHO. Thank you for including the tab.
Edited by - pickn5 on 07/20/2021 03:14:36
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