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I’ve Just Seen a Face

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The driving sound of the banjo is at the heart of many styles of roots music. Get started with basic chords, strums, and fingerings, along with simple bluegrass rolls, accompaniment patterns, clawhammer style, and more.
 
 
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I’ve Just Seen a Face  
 
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I’ve Just Seen a Face
I’ve Just Seen a Face
 
The Beatles’ song “I’ve Just Seen a Face” has been popular in the bluegrass world and, of course, is fun to sing and play at all kinds of jam sessions. In this lesson, you’ll learn to play accompaniment to it using some variations of the forward reverse roll, and how to embellish those rolls a bit if you want to create a simple solo.

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