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Like so many of the great old-time fingerpicking numbers, “John Greer’s Two Step” is a tune composed on the banjo, for the banjo.
And also like so many of the great old-time fingerpicking numbers, it’s perfectly suited for solo porch pickin’.
It comes from the personal repertoire of Hobart Smith, one of my all-time favorite musicians. The first time I heard this tune, I had to learn it. Right there. Right then.
If you feel similarly upon hearing it, then you’re in luck!
“John Greer’s Two Step”
gCGBD tuning, Brainjo level 3 (3 finger banjo)
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Notes on the Tab
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