Glenside Polka and Maids of Ardagh on Gold Tone CEB-4 Cello Banjo




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Published on Mar 12, 2009

http://www.banjocrazy.com/ is my website where I offer cello banjos, articles and a lot more. I also have a YouTube videos with the 5-string cello banjo (Gold Tone CEB-5).

"The Glenside Polka" and "The Maids of Ardagh" played on 3 Gold Tone 4-String Cello Banjos (CEB-4), tuned in three different tonal ranges: GDAE Irish Tenor/Octave Mandolin; GDAE Double Octave; and CGDA Cello Tuning.

The versatility of tunings for the Gold Tone CEB-4 Cello Banjo make it ideally suited for many types of music and a great crossover instrument for string players of all genres. It can be played with a flatpick or fingerstyle. I got the idea of playing fingerstyle from Gordon Johnston, a great Irish tenor banjo player who has developed this technique to an extraordinary level.

Please visit my website http://www.banjocrazy.com/ where I sell Gold Tone banjos. There I have interviews with many banjo players including Marcy Marxer (for whom the CEB-4 is named), Adam Hurt, Gordon Johnston, Bob Carlin, Cathy Fink, Mike Keyes, Mary Z. Cox, Cathy Moore, The Old 78's and others.



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