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Turkey In The Straw- Bluegrass Guitar Lesson!

04/09/13
- Check out this cool arrangement You probably remember this tune from when you were a kid, and this song has a way to take us ...

How to Play John Hardy on Banjo!

04/02/13
- Here are two GREAT breaks for John Hardy The first is a straight-ahead 'Scruggs' style break that any level of picker would e...

How to Play John Hardy on Mandolin!

03/25/13
- I built this one for SPEED This version has some Monroe and Sam Bush type licks in it, and if you play it super-fast and a li...

How To Play John Hardy - Bluegrass Flatpicking Guitar Lesson!

03/18/13
- This one is HOT John Hardy is an old ballad written about a rough feller that lived in the late 1800's. This song has some gr...

Mandolin Basics for All Players!

03/11/13
- Are you interested in picking up the mandolin Or, have you started playing the mandolin but think you might be developing som...

How to Play Banjo in D!

03/04/13
- When the song is in 'D', do you find yourself wanting to toss your banjo to the curb Fear no more 'D' doesn't stand for delu...

How To Read Guitar Tabs!

02/25/13
- - If you're gonna learn to pick on the geetar, it sure helps to know how to read tabs. The...

How to Read Mandolin Tabs!

02/18/13
- - If you're gonna learn to pick on the mand'lin, it sure helps to know how to read tabs. T...

Brand New BanjoBenClark.com!- Video Tour

02/12/13
- Check out the new video tour for the latest site upgrade The website is more user friendly than ever, and I'll be rolling out...

How To Read Banjo Tabs!

02/11/13
- - If you're gonna learn to pick on the banjer, you're gonna need to know how to read tabs....

Learning Suspensions- Important Guitar Theory!

02/04/13
- Whether finger picking, cross picking, or simply playing chords, an understanding of how chord suspensions work is vital for a...

Mandolin Doublestop Exercise- Patterns for Fills/Tremolo!

01/28/13
- - Want to learn how to navigate the neck a little better Perhaps throw down some tremolo ...