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I’ve mentioned before how 2-finger thumb lead banjo is much better suited for porch picking than 3 finger bluegrass style – it gives a complete sound played solo, it’s great for playing and singing, and it oftentimes shines most at slow to moderate tempos.
Translation: it’s perfect for lazy summer (or spring!) days.
Case in point – this week’s song selection, “Railroad Bill,” which ticks all 3 boxes I listed above.
gDGBD tuning, 2 finger thumb lead
Recent Banjo Songs and Tabs of the Week:
- John Greer’s 2-Step
- Banjo in the Hollow
- Goin’ Down That Road Feelin’ Bad
- Feast Here Tonight
- East Tennessee Blues
- Walking Cane
- Pretty Polly
- Home Sweet Home
- The Miller’s Will
- Handsome Molly
- Aint Gonna Work Tomorrow
- Nine Pound Hammer
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