5 String Banjo Lesson with Hank Smith - Call and Response

by David Bandrowski

In this lesson, Hank Smith talks about using call and response in your playing. Call and response is like a conversation or dialogue that you can create in music. This can be between different instruments in the band or you can do it with yourself and the lines you are playing. This technique is a good way to keep the listener's ear interested as it gives them something to latch onto. 

Watch the video as Hank guides you through this technique.

Let us know if this lesson helps you and if you have any questions or things you would like demonstrated in the comments below. Good luck!

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