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    I'd like to blame the instrument, but its all me

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    Are you sure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mivo View Post
    Not a problem! There is a very large body of American old-time music and European-influenced "Classic Banjo" music (guitar-style). It's a chromatic instrument, so you can really play anything on it (some people play Bach on the banjo).
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    Quote Originally Posted by EDW View Post
    Are you sure?

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    Yes please
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    I just got an Irish tenor banjo 17 frets yesterday.
    Right now I'm spending most of the time tuning it and retuning it over and over.
    As soon as it stabilizes I'll start learning from some of the mandolin tabs I already got

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    Quote Originally Posted by vonbiber View Post
    I just got an Irish tenor banjo 17 frets yesterday.
    Right now I'm spending most of the time tuning it and retuning it over and over.
    As soon as it stabilizes I'll start learning from some of the mandolin tabs I already got
    So you're using fiddle tuning? (GDAE)
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    Quote Originally Posted by LarryS View Post
    So you're using fiddle tuning? (GDAE)
    That's right. An octave lower than the mandolin tuning.

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