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Published on Sep 15, 2011
I learned this around midnight last night, so the timing is still a little rough. I still need to learn the other sections if I want to play the full version of "Journey of the Sorcerer."
A towel is a phenomenally useful thing to have around a banjo. You can sit on the towel if you're busking, put it on your lap to keep the metal edges from digging into your legs, or stuff it in the back of the banjo to keep things quiet and avoid irritating family or housemates late at night. If only one person wishes to have the banjo muffled, you can offer the towel for your sourpuss friend to hide under and clamp against his or her ears. A few friends could share this method if they're willing to get cozy.
Note: over-the-head muffling is not recommended with towels which have recently been used as busking seats or which are otherwise soiled.