Danielle M. plays a folky cover of Dylan's "Mr. Tambourine Man." Nothing fancy, just some basing strumming and a nice voice. We typically know the most famous version of the song recorded by the Byrds, which is a full band arrangement featuring Roger McGuinn's 12-string guitar. The story goes that they Byrds happened to be in the studio and Dylan was in the building, recording in another room in the studio. They invited him in to hear their cover of his song. When they played it for him, he remarked, "That's cool man. What song is it?" He didn't even recognize his own song!
Banjo Bill shares a brief account of his musical origins and how he got started playing on banjitar. He has an interesting idea for tuning...
This is a useful lesson from Brad Davis. I love the sound of his Deering banjitar! Maybe someday Deering will want to sponsor me or want me...
12-string guitar is doubled by 6-string banjo on this track. This sounds huge and a 12-string banjo adds sparkle to the big middle section.