Bart Veerman's Five String Banjo Tablatures

  • The tablatures on these pages are strictly for personal use

  • You may not sell, redistribute, or publish these tablatures

  • You may not post, or upload, these tablatures to other websites

Most of the tabs presented here are complete studies of the five string banjo and show both leadbreaks and complete backup arrangements for the tunes. Not only that, many of them are arranged in both the three finger and clawhammer style at various skill levels so you can learn to start applying the licks and techniques on to your own favourite music. This way you'll learn to play on your own instead of knowing only a bunch of tabs without any clues as to how you can put them to good use.

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The Tablatures

  • All tabs are in PDF format to let you produce high quality printed tabs on any computer platform
  • In the style column, 3F stands for three finger, CL for clawhammer. A special note on the clawhammer tabs: if you don't play or want to play in this style, keep in mind they are still very playable doing it the three finger way. Think of it as using just another roll in your bag of tricks

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Banjo Bridges After a lot of experimenting I've come up with the right recipe for the most fabulous sounding banjo bridges. They're available in the popular sizes or totally custom made best suit your instrument and your style of playing
Instructions The weird tuning numbers explained
Instructions For downloading and printing the tablatures
Harry's Treasures Superb clawhammer transcriptions of "The Old Five String" album
Bart's Treasures Original compositions by yours truly
Bart's regular fare A variety of different types of music from beginner to advanced, clawhammer and three finger
Blank tab pages Print your own blank tablature for 4, 5 or 6 stringed instruments or standard music notation pages, with or without measure demarkers
Tinnitus "Ringing in the ears," articles on how to deal with this pesky problem

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