After you’ve been studying your instrument a while, it becomes important to start playing with other musicians.
Jamming with one or more players can be an incredible learning experience, and is just plain fun. Aside from learning new songs, it forces you to keep good time, consider your tone, provide rhythmic backup and even (when you’re ready) take solos of your own. Regardless of what instrument or style of music you play, you’ll get better faster and get more enjoyment out of your music if you have others to share the experience with.
We have lots of great products that teach you how to jam and give you rhythm back-up for great practice sessions. Get some of these and woodshed before you jump into a "live" jam. You'll be glad you did!
It's important for a beginning banjo picker to know how to jam with other musicians. One of the world's most experienced banjo teachers provides new pickers all the tools you need to give rhythmic support, play fill-ins and help the bluegrass music sparkl
Skill Level 2
Two hour DVD, includes tab on a pdf file to view or print.
Here's a full-to-the-brim DVD made especially for bluegrass pickers who want to take their jamming ability to the next level.
Skill Level 3
One hour 55 minute DVD, includes chords and lyrics on a pdf file to view or print. Featuring Drew Emmitt, mandolin; Nick Forster, guitar; Ben Kaufmann, bass; Sally Van Meter, dobro; Joan Wernick, guitar; Nancy St
These three play-along DVDs are among our most popular items. Now get all three levels today and save! Pete Wernick and a professional bluegrass band to provide back-up, tips, instruction and advice for learning bluegrass pickers.
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