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THE PRACTICAL BANJO CHORD and FRETBOARD CHART

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No music reading is necessary to use either side of the "Practical Banjo Chord and Fretboard Chart" - The perfect addition to any learning tool or publication on the market. Side #1 = "The Practical Banjo Chord Chart" How to play banjo chords in all 12 keys in a jamming or working musical environment. Each chord diagram shows you where to put which finger on the fretboard, which open strings to play - or not to play and which fret to Barre for the Barre chords - (see examples) Keys are listed from the top of the chart to the bottom in "Fifths" - (Ex: the top row are chords in the key of C, then comes G, D, A, E, etc.) 8 1/2" X 11" - 16 point Recycled Card Stock - Full Color on both sides - UV Plastic Coated Chord diagrams in each key include the major, major 7th, minor, minor 7th., - also chord diagrams show 5th's., 6ths., 7/9's, 9ths., 11ths. diminished, suspended, additional Barre chord positions in various keys thru out the chart. The chord explanation on side 2 says - "As you barre any chord position up and down the neck in 1/2 steps (one fret at a time) - the name of the chord will be called the same name as the notes are called - and in the same progression as the notes are positioned on the fretboard Ex: a barred "E" chord ascending the fretboard = E, F, F#, G, G#, A, etc. ... Side #2 = "Banjo Fret Board, Tuning & General Info" For use with and how to tune the "Standard Five String Banjo Tuning" Has the names of each note on the banjo fretboard up to the 15th. fret - Color coded for naturals, sharps and flats. Explains that for every sharp, there is a flat that represents the same note/chord. The 1st, and 3rd. strings go up and down the fretboard in sharps The 2nd., 4th. and 5th. strings go up and down the fretboard in flats .. more ..

  • Two Completely Different Sides - "Banjo Fret Board, Tuning & General Info" and "The Practical Banjo Chord Chart"- buy one side get the other side free !- (humor))
  • "The Practical Banjo Chord Chart" - on one side has chords that you can use in a jamming or working musical environment with the most used banjo chords. Each key starts out showing you how to play the major, major 7th, minor, minor 7th., - from there, in various keys are chord diagrams for 5th's., 6ths., 9ths., augmented, diminished, suspended, additional Barre chord positions, and then some ...
  • "Banjo Fret Board, Tuning & General Info" on the other side - with the names of each note on the banjo fretboard filled in all the way up to the 15th. fret - Color coded for naturals, sharps and flats, How to Barre (bar) chords, how to tune the "Standard Banjo String Tuning" ... more ...
  • No pages to turn - 8 1/2 x 11"- Made in the USA - printed in full color on 16 point recycled cardstock - UV Coated both sides - drilled for 3 ring notebooks
  • Part of the "Practical Chord and Fretboard Chart" series .. available in Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin and Banjo - plus "The Chart of Harmony, Progressions & Chord Building" is also available in this series ...

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