Dueling Banjos. From “Deliverance” . (The last measure of this tab is the first measure of the tab for part 2) “Ready To Roll” and learn all the · basics for banjo!. dueling banjos for banjo chords & tabs. 42 tabs found. All. TabGuitar ProPower Bass Acoustic Guitar (steel), Banjo. Pro. Dueling Banjos solo. tab. DUELING BANJOS (intro) Banjo part as played on guitar is notated in italics Guitar part is notated in straight text (Guitar) (Banjo) (Guitar) (Banjo).

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If you use the “Tabledit” ones just download the free viewer. It’s user friendly and easy to figure out. If you are fairly new to the instrument and only newbies ask that question!! Originally posted by cockneybanjo there are no end of them, all pretty much unplayable.

He is the future! He has this whole new style-you can hear the melody! Bobby Thompson’s Tah Page. There are some good tabs about but a dreadful pile of bad stuff too. Bluegrass tabs are particular offenders because they often contain so much detail that the actual melody timing and emphasis banjoe completely submerged. I learnt three things about tab early on Dueling Banjos is a classic of the type, there are so many versions and an inexperienced player trying to learn a piece like that from tab is probably biting off more than txb can chew I don’t doubt that you can play your own tab, particularly if you have been playing for 35 years Banjos an advanced song?

Maybe if you’re playing it like Bobby Thompson but I find them mostly simple. If you can play “Dixie Breakdown” you can play D. Here’s a good tab of the song.

It’s easy and correct but for one note where Eric used a D-tuner. But that doesn’t take anything away from this tab. It isn’t hab difficult at all, for a given value of “difficult”. My point is that a lot of inexperienced bxnjo aren’t able banjls look at the tab and see the description you give. I couldn’t learn it at all, until my teacher relented he was fed up with being asked by every novice who came along and tried to steer me into frailing at first I learnt the basic structure in a couple of afternoons and now I have no trouble with it, I worked it out as a duet with a balalaika last year for a joke on a particularly long and boring offshore trip.


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It’s a good overall guide to a fairly simple arrangement and if you can’t follow it, you are probably best off with a ukulele or a kazoo. Hugh, you are right. The tab you gave a link duelinb is the tab that I used a while back to play dueling banjos.

I am a rank beginner and I could play it in a day or two. Nothing in dueliny music world gives me a bigger smile than to help, unless it getting that pay check!

Nope, I’m only banjoman here. But Ilike my real name, Hugh Dueling Banjos with guitar part included If we weren’t all crazy, we’d all go insane.

There are many versions around and as some people said most of them doesn’t exactly mimic what is played in the film. I hesitate to use the word wrong – In my mind music is never wrong – just interpreted While realizing that this song is a mixture of standard rolls and scales and not very interesting for the intermediate or advanced player I don’t think that this song should be underestimated for a completely different reason – whether we like it or not this is pretty much the “signature” of bluegrass among people who doesn’t know the music.

I just couldn’t figure out how anyone could play a string instrument that fast – and had to find out.

So I think DB is here to stay and perhaps we should have three “official” correct in the sense of faithfully following the soundtrack arrangements of it. One for each of the first three years when someone starts learning the banjo in gradually more challenging arrangements and perhaps the same thing with E. Reading this thread is more entertaining than the tune it’s about!

This is how it all gets hashed out You”ll be able to take ”Union” breaks every 45 minutes Hi Banjoman, Interesting discussion. I can’t seem to find DB on Jay Buckey’s site though. Wonder what the problem is? Can anyone point me in the direction of a “reliable” version of Dueling Banjos that has been tabbed “correctly”? Originally posted by t h jones Hi Banjoman, Interesting discussion. Sorry to re-open the thread – but i’m keen to learn a “standard” version on DB.


Hey fellas say I was wondering I can’t get any of these tabs to open for dueling banjos Is there something i have to download in order for them to open up?

It always comes up with something like wrong file extension. Ok thanks alot for the help, Bryan. There are several types of software for tabs.

I don’t know which one you’re looking for, but Tabledit and Tabwin are 2 that are popular. You can download a trial of tabledit and the entire Tabwin free — then you can open most tabs.

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There are other software that do tabs, but those are the most used. I have just bought my 1st Banjo and I have already had many requests for Duelin Banjos, so id like to learn it also, but im mainly going to stick to chords, rolls and scales for the time being. But aside that i would like to learn DB so its one I can play. I’ll be downloading the tab software this yab and try and get a version of DB. Luthier Search Hangout Merchandise. Find a Teacher Take your playing to the next level with the help of a local or online banjo teacher.

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