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Here are some popular tunings of different types of banjos.
G, D, G, B, D
The most standard 5-string banjo tuning. This is referred to as "Open G" Tuning because the banjo is tuned to an open G chord, meaning that if you strum the banjo without fingering any of the strings on the neck you will be playing a G chord.
G, C, G, C, D
Often used in Old Time music, this is referred to as "Double C" Tuning because the banjo has two C strings.
We all find ourselves there from time to time. We keep playing our banjo, we practice every day, but we don't find ourselves going anywhere. We end up playing the same songs and licks, have the same mistakes, and never get to the next level.
Well here are 5 easy ways for you to grow into a better, more interesting banjo player.
We saw these at NAMM this year and just couldn't resist stocking them even though it wasn't a banjo specific accessory. Saying that - I use mine all of the time to practice banjo. I can play along with a my iPhone's metronome app and amplify it so I can hear it. I play along with tunes from my iPhone / iPad / laptop. I can transcribe solos easier from my iPhone / iPad because it is now louder and clearer. Then I can listen to music clearly anywhere my iPhone / iPad is! And this is an FM radio as well! There are other Bluetooth mini speaker units out there - but this is the...