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Author Greg Haynes (1 year)
Thanks Ben. U rock

Author opnwhl4 (5 years)
Ben, Keep up the good work. Great videos!

Author Robert Smith (5 years)
hey ben, beginner on banjo so how about some beginning licks and rolls?
thanks....

Author jayphill16 (5 years)
i like your advanced lessons it helps me it seems like all there is on
youtube is Beginner versions, i like learning Advanced versions of songs
thanks man for your work

Author JD White (6 years)
I love this song, it's the one my dad always ended with ta get everybody in
church cranked up.

Author Telelikeitis (3 years)
Very good attack and timing!

Author chuckm97 (6 years)
How about Dueling Banjos with your sister?

Author l8nytcmpny (2 years)
Yep.. . . Advanced!

Author Craig Smiley (5 years)
Okay, Thanks, I finally saw where he tells about it, and yes it does
tunnel, and oddly enough, he built it.........

Author Eric Schick (2 years)
Nice job Ben, you rock! (Or should I say you twang!?) You have a tab of
this song on your website, is it this version? Thanks!

Author James Becker (5 years)
What kind of bluegrass banjo (5-string) are you playing?? I've never seen
one like you are playing. Does it have a full length 5th string??

Author Nick Varney (2 years)
Hey Ben! I'm recently trying to learn the banjo and i really like your
style and this is a song i wanna get down pat! Can you please tell me the
picking pattern for this song? And maybe you can post just some easy
bluegrass pickin's that will help me and possibly others advance on the
banjo! Really appreciate it! -Nick

Author hillbilly2239 (7 years)
thanks for these vids man!! im in the army stationed in korea and i just
decided to pick the banjo up again after a couple of years and you have
been the most help of anyone ive found on this site so keep it up!! also i
was wondering if you could put a vid of foggy mountian breakdown on here im
having trouble getting the first double hammer ons to sound right. thank
you very much for your help!! josh

Author Cody Hill (7 years)
its the little yellow button lol

Author refrederick (6 years)
My grandfather used to play for me when i was a child , i am now 40 hes
gone and i would love to be able to go to his grave and play amazing grace
for him but i bought a five string a few years ago and feel totaly
illiterate in playing it. if there is any thing you can do to help me with
my problem , please reply . If not its ok . I cant find anyone who will
give lessons in my area

Author Denise Pryce (4 years)
Relax, Ben..... you're not alone. 7:47...... I have what I call "Millsitis"
where I play my hammer-ons with my index and ring finger on the third
string almost like the way Jim Mills does it. It's what I've gotten used to
and we're all differerent, but you're right, everyone should start off on
the right foot.

Author Harold Atkins (3 years)
Do yuo have this "Ill fly away" banjo tabs like you play it in this video?
atkins9176@bellsouth..net Thanks

Author Danny Hunter (5 years)
simply mawvelless

Author Banjo Ben Clark (2 years)
Hey bud! Thanks! I have the tabs and lots of other easy, intermediate, and
advanced tabs/videos on my website. Thanks!

Author robin burkhardt (4 years)
Too much yak. Gimme just the banjo

Author ZachZ2012 (3 years)
Is this a regular 5-string banjo? Or a 4 or 6 string?

Author metzomotzo (5 years)
could you please make tabs :)..verry much appreciated

Author SkylarkHarley (3 years)
unkae1: the short answer is Yes,yes, and yes to your questions. you should
go one his site, and register for either silver pick (free but tabs are $5
each) or gold pick membership ($5 per month and all tabs are free to
download) His site is a wealth of info and more that worth the cost of
membership.

Author GREENHOFFS (2 years)
Nice playing Ben, check out my banjo videos pal.

Author charg2456 (4 years)
whats the first song i should learn?

Author havaline28 (6 years)
hey man loving what ur doig just starting out so i need all the help i can
get man

Author Tom Moran (6 years)
Actually it is a Nechville or similar with the 5th string tuner on the
peghead.

Author John Hand (3 years)
@BanjoBen1 No I thought you were playing a six string because i don't see
the tuner on the side. Is that a different style?

Author Tammyleeloveshim (5 years)
good job man :) you got talent God bless keep it up :)

Author Robbie Shook (2 years)
Thanks Ben! I would just like to add that Ben's site is awesome and well
worth 5 bucks a month. There's a wealth of information on there and there's
always someone to lend a helping hand if you need it. I'm only about three
months into my banjo career but with sites like Ben's, I know that I will
be playing it for years.

Author afcska (7 years)
ok truly a beginner,but this very helpful-I get lost because not enough
speed for rools yet! hope you do post a tab. thanks!!!!

Author Adam McLin (3 years)
um..... kinda embarrassed to ask this... but what will happen when i push
the subscribe button?....

Author jadle 89 (3 years)
I'd like to get the tab for this from the website, but there's no preview
or sample to make sure you're getting a good tab before you drop $5. Can
anyone tell me if these are quality and accurate notations of exactly what
he does in the video? Does it include fingerings, measure marks, and note
staffs?

Author stringplayer07 (7 years)
Hey cqccasey, if i am correct that is a five string with the 5th tuner on
the headstock. A 6 string plays like a guitar. I hpe i helped.

Author David Sanborn (4 years)
How about the key of D like Allison Kraus does it?

Author Meghan Boudreaux (3 years)
My favorite part is the into, I've kept replaying it over and over haha

Author unitard08 (4 years)
been playing guitar for about 5 years now.. ive always had a love and
passion for bluegrass.. bluegrass and gospel style is the the first typed
music i started learning on guitar, and im self taught.. im wanting to do
to the same on banjo, im looking for a tutorial with tabs or close up on
frets.. ive had this banjo since christmas and havent been able to learn
much cus i havent been able to find what im looking for yet.

Author Banjo Ben Clark (6 years)
It's a custom job out of East Texas called a Phantom built by Mitch Key.
The 5th string is tunneled through the neck like the Scott Vestal Stealth
banjos....if you count the tuners on the headstock, you'll count 5! Thanks
for watching!

Author flatpikinguitar (6 years)
as far as the range of skill for the viewers, i would just go for a good
mix of levels.

Author Banjo Ben Clark (2 years)
Haha! Thanks, man! Yep, the exact tab to this version is on the site, as
well as over 150 other tabs! Thanks!

Author Roger Anderson (2 years)
I just subscribed to your website and I would be interested in having an
advanced version of I'll fly away. Thanks

Author BreathDoctor (6 years)
What brand is that Banjo? For the life of me, I CANT see the fifth string
tuner...unless its a 4 stringer. Doesnt sound like a 4 stringer, though.

Author platteflunder128 (6 years)
I dig the Dr.Pepper part! Subliminal Message?? hahaha

Author Tazmania33quick (5 years)
I'm just a beginner and it would be really helpful if you could slowly show
whats goin on with both hands,perferably a split screen.

Author darren knight (5 years)
wow is there any end to your talent . top class

Author ex0ja (5 years)
hahah love the intro

Author AldenShaw (4 years)
if you could tab anything by the Avett Brothers that would be awesome

Author fgleich (5 years)
Ben, you did great, thanks ! But give up that nasty tobacco habit, it will
kill ya !

Author fred baily (6 years)
tabs would be a great help for beginers like me.

Author JohnMichaelGorum (5 years)
I think it's actually called a stealth banjo. It's just like a regular
banjo except the fifth string kinda tunnels under the fretboard behind the
fifth fret. Something like that.

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