Bluegrass Banjo Backup Lesson With Hank Smith - Rolling Backup

by David Bandrowski

This is the second part of a bluegrass banjo lesson on how to play backup. In the previous lesson Hank showed you how to use "Boom Chucks" in your banjo backup playing. In this lesson Hank demonstrates and talks about how to use roll patterns in your backup playing.

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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