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Online Banjo Tuner Use this free online banjo tuner to tune up your banjo. This is for a standard 5-string Banjo, in GDGBD tuning. For other methods on how to tune your banjo go to our Banjo Tuning Methods page. If you have a banjo that has six strings it might be a banjo guitar and that is tuned like the guitar. For those of you who have a 4-string banjo, it is tuned the same as the viola or cello in CGDA Note: For those of you who are beginners and don't understand the tuning of a banjo. Where is the answer to my question? where do I find the answer to my question? still didn't get an answer to my question, where is the online tuner? where are the answers to the questions I have asked? how about sending me an email ? the online banjo tuner is located on this page: If you have the latest version of Flash installed it will work. hey folks! Thank you for your banjo tuner! Need help getting it on the sg note ll the banjo tuner. Add Comment

New York City Area Bluegrass Music Scene sufjanstevens-themistresswitchfrommcclur This song is another very simple yet captivating song from the man, the myth, the legend: Sufjan Stevens. Because it has such a simple and almost joyful melody it exudes the essence of innocence and youth. Yet the song itself deals with very adult themes such as lust, deceit and even murder. When you are playing, really try to give it a happy, go-lucky feel to contrast the lyrics. This tab was sent in by Phil C. capo 6Part 1: C F Am GD:-2-|-3-|-2-|-0-|B:-1-|-1-|-1-|-0-|G:-0-|-2-|-2-|-0-|D:-2-|-3-|-2-|-0-| Part 2: At the end of part 1 Sufjan does this: (little riff thingy) D:---------|B:-1p0-----|G:-----2-0-|D:---------| An example line (part 1): C F v ^ ^ v ^ ^ v ^ v ^ ^ v ^ ^ v ^ D:-------2-2-----2-2-2---2-|------3-3-----3-3-3---3-|B:-1-1---1-1-----1-1-1-1-1-|1-1---1-1-----1-1-1-1-1-|G:---0---0-0-----0-0-0-0-0-|--2---2-2-0h2-2-2-2-2-2-|D:-----------0h2-2-2-2-2---|--------------3-3-3-3---| (end with the little riff thingy) ----Play part 1 twice----

index Mumford & Sons – The Cave (Tab and Chords) Mumford & Sons – The Cave (Chords) So we’re all playing ukulele because of Mumford and Sons. According to the London Evening Standard and STV. Having inspired a ukulele boom is quite an achievement considering: a) they released their debut album long after the resurgence began; b) they’re not much known across the pond; c) they don’t play ukuleles and d) their big hit is in the key of E guaranteeing annoyed ukers. Yes, this one is in E. Twiddly Bits The Cave (Intro Tab) Intro and Verse Even with the tuning down, this one takes a bit of finagling on uke. g and C = Thumb E = Index A = Middle Suggested Strumming Mostly he’s playing all down strums. Chord Inversions From the D minor chord in the chorus, I like to use these inversions of the chords: Banjo tab/ chords-White blank page - Mumford and Sons Official Forum (capo 2) Find general guitar chords here- -banjo comes in after 2nd 'oh tell me now...' with a strum down on Em then a gradual increase on picking. Unsure on exact picking, I just change it to what i feel like now and again but for that first bit its: high G string, B, D(high) repeating, add a little bounce to it for some bits and most of the time pinch high G every time to pluck high D. There's a decrease in chords (listen to song) after banjo first comes in which i play: G, D, Em. keep smearing my heart all over my sleeve, then someone comes and wipes it off, and takes it from me:)