Banjo For Dummies: Second Edition (Book/Online Video And Audio Instruction)

Verisign secured

 In Stock. Usually ships in 24 hours
Other Buying Options click and collect Also available for Click and Collect from your local store

Reserve product at Store


Please complete the form and click the submit button. This will notify our store that you wish to reserve this product.

Our store will contact you to confirm the reservation.

Please do not travel until the store has contacted you.

Please double check your phone number, if it is incorrect we will be unable to contact you.

We aim to get back to you within the hour, during shop hours (please see store details), to confirm your reservation. If you do not hear from us then please resend the request.

Our Price: £15.29    Change Currency
List Price: £16.99   You Save: £1.70
Media: Sheet Music
Arrangement: Banjo (BJO)
Skill Level: Easy - Explain this
Catalogue #: 1118746333
ISBN: 9781118746332
This Item Earns 30 Musicroom Points


Written by Bill Evans, an accomplished five-string Banjo player, teacher, writer and historian, Banjo For Dummies features updated practice lessons with step-by-step examples and advice on the most helpful learning techniques.

An instrument traditionally associated with folk, country and bluegrass music, the Banjo has gained popularity in recent years. This complete guide makes the Banjo accessible to anyone with the patience and willpower to learn it.

Banjo For Dummies covers everything the aspiring Banjo player needs to know, from how to select the right instrument to developing the correct hand posture, and how to tune, care for, and make simple repairs to your instrument.

This second edition features an updated multimedia component, which includes companion audio tracks and complementary video lessons to give learners even more support.

Sorry, there are no reviews yet.

More Product Details

Sales Rank: Not specified
Published on: 04/03/2014
Format: Instrumental Tutor
Length: 384 pages
Language: English
Publisher: J Wiley & Sons
Author: Bill Evans

Share this product with your friends using the icons below.