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Never played banjo before? Watch Deering Banjos' tried-and-true method for complete beginners.
September 17, 2015

Deering Banjos has an easy, proven way to get complete beginners started on the banjo. Tested with hundreds of novices at festivals and events around the country, Deering’s Two-Finger Method is your first step on a fun musical journey with the banjo.

 

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    ● Advice
    ● Repertoire
 
 
    ● Recordings
    ● Events
    ● Breaking News
 
 
    ● In The Studio
    ● Live Onstage
    ● Backroom
 
 
    ● New Products
    ● Inside Look
    ● Performances
    ● Partner Pages
 
 
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