Peabody Break Tenor Banjo Addendum

Peabody Stroke Tenor Banjo Addendum

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    1. Ironic, isn’t it? The Peabody chord melody style is based on playing all four strings all the time. But to play this on tenor, you have to reduce to three strings (take out the plectrum B string, leave out the tenor A string–that’s how a plectrum player survives on tenor!). The way I hear it, the bass string has the “melody” on this particular lick; so in another key–say Eb–you could play the whole thing on all four strings, so long as the melody is in the bass. Anyway, have fun with it!

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