Continuous Picking Style Of Surry County, North Carolina - Clawhammer Banjo Lesson with David Holt

by David Bandrowski

Here is a lesson from the vaults of our good friends at Homespun. Learn how to play clawhammer banjo in the continuous picking style that is common in Surry County, North Carolina area that was made famous by banjoists such as Kyle Creed or Fred Cockerham. Banjoist David Holt guides you through this style and shows you how to get a "cluck" sound out of your banjo to get an authentic old time banjo sound.

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