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  Posted: 09-Jan-2007, 12:44 PM
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Hi, I am a new to Celtic music. I have started playing Irish music with my banjo teacher. What fun. I would like to find where I could download free Irish banjo tabs. Thanks.
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Posted: 09-Jan-2007, 12:50 PM
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welcome home!!!greetings from the great white(ok, so wet would be better!!)north!!this place and these people are the best....have fun!!


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Posted: 09-Jan-2007, 06:14 PM
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Welcome Carl. I don't know about the banjo music, but I'm sure someone here will be able to answer your question. In the mean time, I wanted to welcome you to Celtic Radio. As we Carolina boys say, pull up a chair and set a spell.


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A much hearty welcome to you, Carl. I don't know about much about banjo music and what you are looking for, but perhaps someone here can help you with it all. In the meantime, enjoy the site and making new friends. Take care!


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Posted: 09-Jan-2007, 07:24 PM
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QUOTE (cscott @ 09-Jan-2007, 10:44 AM)
I have started playing Irish music with my banjo teacher.  What fun.  I would like to find where I could download free Irish banjo tabs.

Hello Carl!

Very glad that you found us and I hope that you enjoy not only the excellent Celtic music, but the very kind people who make up this site! thumbs_up.gif

I'll be looking forward to reading your posts when you continue checking out the forums - we have lots of things that will interest you and I'm sure you'll find someone who can help you find what you're looking for - seems to me that I remember reading posts by other banjo players..

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Posted: 09-Jan-2007, 10:02 PM
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Howdy Carl, from the Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona! Glad you found us and hope you enjoy what you find. My daughter is off and on again trying to learn to play the Banjo. She is learning the Scruggs Three Finger Style (Bluegrass).

Let me recommend a website to you. It is loaded with message boards and fellow pickers. It is called Banjo Hangout. I figure someone from their can help you with Irish Banjo information. The website is:

www.banjohangout.org

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Hello Carl and Welcome to Highlander Radio. I hope you enjoy the music as well as the wonderful people that you find here. I used to play a 5-string banjo took lessons for about a year then went on Earl and Scruggs tablature book that was a great book. I will be looking forward to hearing more about you.

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Posted: 10-Jan-2007, 10:27 AM
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Thanks everyone. I am playing a 4 string tenor banjo with Irish tuning. Carl
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Posted: 12-Jan-2007, 02:59 PM
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Carl and Rindy, I have always wondered this. Is the banjo hard to learn to play. Not that I am interested, cause I have no musical talent but big ears for listening biggrin.gif. But it looks and seems hard to play to me, so just wondering if it is. Thanks for answering my question! smile.gif
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Posted: 20-Jan-2007, 06:24 PM
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I don't think it is any harder than any other string instrument. There is more than one way to play a banjo and some are harder than others. If I can learn to play the thing anyone can. (I am still taking lessons)
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Posted: 21-Jan-2007, 12:37 PM
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Hello and welcome! I find that I can't get my fingers curled around the kneck of a guitar, so I imagine that it would be just as hard if not the same on a bango! I thinkmy fingers are just too short sad.gif
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Thanks for answering my question, Carl and Ladyoftheloch. The banjo and the stteel guitar always looks so hard to me..........oh, the mandolin as well!
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I have always wanted to play something in a celtic music group. I've been trying my hand at tinwhistle but all I get are alot of squeeks! Yikes!

Welcome! I admire anyone who can play any kind of instrument!
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Hello Carl! Filte gu Celtic Radio! Welcome to Celtic Radio!

In my humble opinion, you have found one of the best websites ever. The people here are some of the nicest to be found anywhere on the net, and the music is simply out of this world.

So kick off your shoes, grab a mug of your favorite hot (or cold) beverage, turn up the music and have fun! I look forward to getting to know you better through your posts.

If you have any questions or problems, please feel free to ask anyone with the word "Guide" beneath their avatar. That's why we're here!

Again, it is so nice to have you with us. We are like one big family here, and we just love welcoming new members to the fold! I hope that you will enjoy your stay with us, and that you will come back and visit with us often. I feel quite certain that you will grow to love the place as much as I have.

Welcome to the family, my friend!
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