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  1. Hi Benji, love the album, its great to hear the banjo played in a more melancholic way. My playing style is mostly frenetic and fast bluegrass. Do you sell the TAB of your music?
    thanks, Malt

    1. Hi Malt,

      Glad you’ve enjoyed the album! I don’t currently have tablature for any of my pieces, but it’s certainly under consideration. I’ll be putting out a “solo banjo vol. 2” CD next year, and I might look into putting out a book with the tab from both CDs. If you’re subscribed to my e-mail list, you’ll be among the first to hear about any such developments. 🙂

      – Benji

  2. Hi Malt,

    Glad you’ve enjoyed the album! I don’t currently have tablature for any of my pieces, but it’s certainly under consideration. I’ll be putting out a “solo banjo vol. 2” CD next year, and I might look into putting out a book with the tab from both CDs. If you’re subscribed to my e-mail list, you’ll be among the first to hear about any such developments. 🙂

    – Benji

  3. Benji,
    I just discovered your music today. I have played guitar, dulcimer, mandolin, and even bouzouki for years now. I do love to play, but these instruments haven’t satisfied something in my aesthetic tastes. I’d find something with great tone, but not the resonance I wanted, or whatever. Seriously, your solo banjo work is amazing. It moved me.

    Did you put in the Sampson bridge yourself? Given my music experience, do you think I should give a banjo a shot? 😉 Would you have any recommendations?

  4. Benji, this is gorgeous stuff. I just ordered the banjo CD. Thanks for sharing your tunings on the website, btw. If and when you publish a book of tab, count me in. I hope to drive up to Mamaroneck, NY in March to the Monroe Crossing gig. Best wishes, VL

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