Thus, does his banjo instruction book inject the reader into the world of traditional music.
Pete Seeger's "How to Play the 5-string Banjo" is easily one of the most informative and readable books about the 5-string banjo ever written.
This book is an excellent help to the novice banjo player who wants to learn a bluegrass style of playing.
It's always been the Bible of banjo instruction. How can you lose with something written by Pete?Published 1 month ago by Nancy K. Applegate
Just as I'd hoped. Easy to understand. Great for beginners.Published 1 month ago by Jeannine A. Rice
A classic. Great for the amatuer, refreshing for the pro. You can hear ol' Pete's voice in the pages. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Almal
Still going strong and definitely the best banjo book out there. There will never be another like it. RIP Pete SeegerPublished 6 months ago by PD
A great book by an even greater guy. Seeger is a legend and the book helps me stay connected to him and his musicianship and citizenship.Published 6 months ago by Rex D. Bybee
Pete Seeger was a man of great expertise. His book is excellent. Pete Seeger was a great musician and an interesting personality.Published 7 months ago by Bonnie K
I learned my banjo basics in the 70s on my first banjo from this book. I was online ordering it the very day that Pete Seeger passed away and didn't realize it! Read morePublished 7 months ago by cw in ca
This book I think works best with some experience as a banjo player, but still wants to learn new things. This book is an eye-opener into the world of old banjo sounds. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Alfred W