Instructor: Adam Larrabee
Level: Progressing Beginner
Ages: Teens and Adults
Fall Session II (10 weeks): Sundays, 10/11/20 – 12/13/20
11:45am – 12:40pm
Classes will be held online via Zoom.
Description: This class is a continuation of Banjo – Beginner I. Students will learn new tunes, a little harder than the first, and will learn some new, advancing, techniques such as hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides. Students will continue developing their group playing skills through focusing on listening for chord changes, learning to “kick-off” a tune, and a couple simple ending licks to end. A few times throughout the semester, this class will join other beginner classes to hone group playing skills such as chopping and playing with accompaniment.
Prerequisite: Banjo – Beginner I or equivalent. Equivalent includes being able to play a few simple tunes such as Boil ’em Cabbage Down and Cripple Creek
What students will need:
- Functional banjo (bridge and all 5 strings intact, tuners in working order)
- Picks (1 thumb pick and two finger picks)
- Notebook & pencil
- Recording device optional
Next Level: Banjo – Intermediate I
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