Playing in the Key of “D” on the Banjo

Have you ever wondered how to play your banjo in the key of “D”? This powerful video lesson will show you about 3 key licks that you need to know for playing in the key of “D”. Can’t believe I’m letting you in on this secret :) These are awesome banjo licks!

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11 Comments

  • Ryan

    2012

    Try making up your own licks on the different chords. You have to think outside the box and work with little melodies inside the chords or progressions. Make up a new lick and send it to us. I’d love to hear it.

  • john brewer

    2012

    Ryan,
    Thanks for free lessons, I know the chords, but not getting nothing out of them?
    Any suggestions?
    john

  • mikesgym

    2012

    Hi Ryan,
    Would you have a tab to go along with the video for playing in “D” ?
    Thanks
    Mike

  • Ryan

    2012

    Thanks so much. I would recommend playing the forward roll 5,2,1 then 5,3,1, then 5,4,1 and repeat. This will get your index finger moving around throughout the roll and after a few days of practice will make playing 5,3,1, over and over much easier. Keep me posted on the progress. Thanks, Ryan

  • Banjomajik

    2012

    RYAN..WHATS WITH THE STASH AND GO-TEE,,YOU NOW LOOK LIKE A TEACHER,,LOL,,
    I AM HAVING THE HARDEST TIME WITH THE FORWARD ROLL,,ALL OTHERS I BLAZE,,ANY TIPS TRICKS OR SUGGESTIONS OTHER THAN KEEP AFTER IT??
    LOL…PLUS I WANT A BRIGHTER SOUNDING HEAD ON MY BANJO,,WHAT DO U SUGGEST THERE..THANKS

  • ALEX SKIPPER

    2012

    Thanks for the free lesson on D licks has a good flow

  • Great rythmn licks in D. Haven’t uesd this one before, but I will now.
    Bob Sewell

  • eddie

    2012

    must learn that D lick ryan its awesome thanks eddie

  • Graham osborne

    2012

    Hi Ryan,
    I can see why you like this lesson.
    What a cool lick, sounds real old time banjoey.
    (don’t know if thats a word but it should be)
    Thanks for another great lesson.

  • Meredith Booker

    2012

    Very neat sound. Thanks!

  • Ray Proulx

    2012

    Tank’s a lot Ryan for the free banjo lessons they are the best i have seen

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