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    Possible difference between tuning banjolele vs banjo head

    I haven't seen the video, but my understanding is that a banjo should be tuned to about A# so that it doesn't vibrate so much in the key of G, the most common key played on the banjo.

    I'd use the...
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    Ah, that explains it...

    That explains why when tightening the head of the banjo, thumping it should produce something like an A sharp. Since most banjos are played in G, that reduces the 'resonant frequencies'. Makes...
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    Patrick Reed

    I'm no big fan. He was bragging about being one of the top five golfers long before he was in that neighborhood. There are stories about his awful relationship with his family.

    Besides that,...
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    I've run into the same situation, not only with...

    I've run into the same situation, not only with the ukulele, but with my dobro. Cheap Regal dobros are available in stores, but it was impossible to find a store with two good dobros that could be...
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    Hello from Jacksonville, FL

    After years of playing guitar (Martins D28 and D18 and Augustino LoPrinzi classical) and dobro (DeNeve) and banjo (Stelling and Bart Reiter) pretty well except for the clawhammer banjo which is...
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