Anybody know how to tune a banjo?
I have a 5 string Goodtime Deering banjo that I got recently and it's way out of tune. Trouble is, I don't know what notes the strings are supposed to be. (Sorry if I used the wrong terminology I'm a noob) Any help would be deeply appreciated.Open Question: How do you pick a banjo d chord when you have it tuned to an open G.?
I am new to banjo and I'm using YouTube to help me learn I got Cripple Creek down but now I'm trying to learn to play other songs but I have ran into a little problem when I play GNC on the banjo I can do a roll easily I get a forward backwards role. But when I try to switch to the D chord from G I can't do the forward backwards roll because G doesn't fit in d. So is there a certain kind of roles you use with chords like this in open G. Basically I'm trying to figure out how to pick Indy I can use all kinds of things of teeth but the only thing I can think of is just using three strings and not using the high G please helpHow to play a C+ chord on banjo?
How do I play a C+ chord on the banjo? In standard tuning -> gDGBD Could you tell me exactly where to put my fingers on each of the strings and on what fret? Or even give me a link to a diagram of it as I can't find one anywhere.Would any given chord sound the same on two instruments?
for example, would a G chord sound the same on a banjo and a guitar?EMERGENCY!! i need help on two banjo chords immediantly!!!?
C and D chords i need themNOW please!!.