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A Caravaggio Rediscovered The Lute Player by Keith Christiansen

By Keith Christiansen

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You can get pretty much the same effect with a pocketknife or a cigarette lighter. The late, great electric guitar player Danny Gatton was known to play slide solos with a pizza crust that he would snatch from a table in the audience! Use your imagination but be at least a little cautious not to damage your banjo. I don’t want to get any calls from repair shops complaining about trying to get pepperoni grease out of a fretboard. 60 The C, F & Minor Chord Positions The C position is another movable chord form.

This is a pretty simple song to bump dit-ty along with because in the first six measures you are just playing your open G chord then one measure of C and one last measure of G. Once you can sing the verse and play a simple rhythm you can start to experiment with blending the melody into the basic strum. I have tabbed out a simple arrangement that you can use for ideas. Just remember that this is a suggestion. It is up to you to experiment and make the song sound the way that you want it to sound.

F: “No. ” Play Tune If you are doing this routine with another banjo player you can end it like this: S: “Say there, why do you keep playing that first half of the tune over and over again? F: “First half? ” Plays the B part of the tune: 52 “Arkansas Traveler B Part” 4/4 Time Key of G Farmer: “Wow! ” Salesman: “Not yet . ” There are quite a few songs and routines like this. Grandpa Jones and Uncle Dave Macon performed a lot of them at The Grand Old Opry. You can always make one up one of your own.

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