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Banjo Lessons: Four in a Row 3: Etude

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Just a little aid to study.
Using the four in a row pattern.
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So I'm barring the, first two strings at
the first fret with the index.
I have the ring on the third fret of the
fourth string,
pinky on the third fret of the third
string.
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To the C chord.
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Repeat to an F with an open fourth.
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Repeat to C,
to a D minor seventh, it's an F with an
open fourth string.
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And then take the first two strings.
At the first and third frets and
move it up two frets to get a G with an
open third.
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Back to F.
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C.
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And then a very stark sounding fourth E.
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F there.
So one more time.
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Once again.
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