Begin your fingerpicking journey today! Learn the FOUNDATIONAL SKILLS of Fingerstyle Banjo in this free course, based on the Brainjo Method.
Welcome to HOW TO PLAY 2 FINGER THUMB LEAD BANJO IN 7 ESSENTIAL STEPS (a crash course for the total beginner)
First, click below to have the course book emailed to you when it’s ready.
Below you’ll find a quick navigation menu for the videos in the course. New videos will appear as they are added to the course.
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About the Course
2 finger thumb lead banjo provides the essential foundation for all of fingerstyle banjo (including old time 3 finger and bluegrass/scruggs style).
In this course, you’ll learn the fundamentals of 2 finger thumb lead banjo in 7 steps.
The course is based on the Brainjo Method, a neuroscience-based system of instruction designed to provide the most efficient and effective path to learning an instrument, regardless of age or prior musical experience.
(RELATED: To learn more about the neuroscience behind the Brainjo Method, click here to check out the book “The Laws of Brainjo: The Art & Science of Molding a Musical Mind.”)
Below you’ll find links to the individual lessons (they’ll be clickable when ready as they’re released in the coming days), where you’ll find the full video, links to items mentioned in the video, and a full written transcript.
The Laws of Brainjo: The Art & Science of Molding a Musical Mind
The Brainjo Method, a neuroscience-based system of instruction designed to provide the most efficient and effective path to learning an instrument, is used in all of the Brainjo courses.
Written by Brainjo founder Dr. Josh Turknett, The Laws of Brainjo is a compilation of articles about learning principles that are embedded into the Brainjo Method.
Do you want to continue down the Brainjo path to fingerpicking mastery? If so, click below to learn more about the Breakthrough Banjo course for fingerstyle banjo.