Welcome to Tunefox’s banjo song library! Here, you’ll find more than 150 songs to learn and each song includes at least 3 tabs to learn with switchable licks. Choose between Scruggs style, melodic style and backup arrangements. Also, check out the free banjo songs online at the top of the page.
The Key of G. — When in standard tuning playing all five strings open makes a G chord. Thus, any songs written in the key of G become fairly easy to play! The key of G also is made up of most of your easy banjo chords that are used in thousands of songs!
Easy Banjo Songs. Articles, Banjo Articles; 1 Comment; If you’re total novice on the banjo, but want to learn to play, you’ve come to the right place. I’m going to show you how to be up and playing the banjo in no time flat. First, you want to get your banjo tuned in what is called G Tuning. Check out my article, “How to Tune a Banjo.”
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A random collection of miscellaneous songs that are very easy to play on the banjo. You may remember them from adverts or old television shows. These random songs are simple to play using the same four simple banjo chords.
3-chord songs (G, C and D7) - These are the main 3 chords in the key of G. As the G chord is just played with 'open' strings on a banjo, you can get your fingers ready for the next chord. The change from C to 'simple D7' is very easy (keep your 1st finger down as an 'anchor', move your 2nd finger down one string and lift your 3rd finger up).
When it comes to contemporary banjo pickers, few can outdo the dexterity of Tony Trischka. Trischka has dabbled in a number of different styles through the years, composing all manner of songs for the banjo. But this tune from his 2007 group effort album Double Banjo Bluegrass Spectacular is
Here are 10 beginner banjo songs for the beginning bluegrass banjo player. By getting these tunes under your fingers you will be able to get some basic techniques together and go out to a jam to play with others with a small repertoire that other bluegrass musicians will know.
Bluegrass banjo players live in the world of G! The open strings of your banjo are tuned to a G chord, most of the songs you play will be in the key of G, and you’ll encounter the G chord most frequently in chord progressions. For all these reasons, you simply can’t have enough G […]