Beginning Tenor Banjo Lessons | Tips For Comping Behind A Soloist Or Singer

by David Bandrowski

In this lesson I talk about give you some tips for comping (playing the chords) behind a soloist or a singer. Too often tenor banjoists play very harshly of loudly when comping which often makes horn players or singers look at the tenor banjo with disdain. Learn some tips to make your playing compliment the soloist or singer.

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