#181: Flight cases and packing a banjo for air travel

#180: Hot Rize voting system

#179: Tuning problem with D tuning

#178: Not clutching at jams

#177: Metronome for Beginners?

#176: How to start banjo

#175: Singing while playing banjo

#174: Ambitious players preparation strategy

#173: Best Basic D Chord

#172: Songs for first gigs

#171: Guitar-banjo and left-handed issues

#170: Best jamming keys

#169: Jam etiquette re breaks

#168: String gauge choice

#167: The Year of Good Tone

#166: Getting in a good band

#165: Learning to improvise breaks

#164: Choices in recording banjo

#163: Faking solos on guitar

#162: Banjo choice

#161: Bluegrass vocal harmony

#160: Portable banjo amp

#159: Can’t use right arm

#158: Start with banjo camp or jam camp?

#157: Finding and Working In Melody Notes

#156: Breaking out of the Intermediate rut, and Learning to play in D

#155: Clearer bar chords

#154: Learning from records without tablature

#153: Developing the Groove

#152: Which Version of Stoney Creek?

#151: More on the Elban, and Playing Electric Banjo

#150: How to Let Go

#149: Grace in Choosing Band Members

#148: Right Hand Control

#147: Masters of the Five String #2

#146: Paying for Song Use

#145: Better Band Rhythm

#144: Reorienting a Teacher

#143: Is Masters of the 5-String Banjo Worth $60?

#142: Finger Disability Problems

#141: Learning Banjo Without Lessons

#140: Direction for a 9 year old mando player

#139: Best tone ring and the prewar sound

#138: Amount Of Practice Time

#137: Guitar Player Learning Banjo

#136: Is the Banjo Hard To Learn?

#135: Tailpieces

#134: Hearing Chord Changes

#133: Controlling Flying Finger

#132: Acquiring Syncopation

#131: Wedding Gigs

#130: String Buzz

#129: Tricky Roll Choice

#128: Which Jamming DVD Should I get?

#127: Tab for Breaks on DVDs

#126: Best Mic for a Banjo

#125: Harmonica in Bluegrass

#124: Tuning on Colleen Malone and Nellie Kane

#123: Blending melody notes into rolls

#122: Rolling with the Slow Jamming video

#121: Music reading in bluegrass

#120: Advanced camp assignment

#119: Tightening the banjo head

#118: Thumb pick hits wrong string

#117: Why the emphasis on the key of G?

#116: How important is it to know songs?

#115: Asking for tablature

#114: Waldo Otto

#113: Playing along with a jamming DVD

#112: Recording to a click track

#111: Choices in banjo backup

#110: Multi-Instrumentalism vs. Mastery

#109: Day Jobs Tangential to Music

#108: Banjo Pickups?

#107: Best Use of Practice Time

#106: Compensated Bridges

#105: Changing Chords More Quickly

#104: Frailing and Bluegrass

#103: A 6 string banjo

#102: Memorization tips

#101: Career as a banjo player

#100: Clip-on mic and amp for stage

#99: Improvising movable licks

#98: Teenage bluegrass band plans

#97: Rules of jamming

#96: Banjo picker taking up Dixieland banjo

#95: Thumb pick catches

#94: Starting banjo with a big head start on guitar

#93: Starting a festival

#92: Armadillo Breakdown - the REAL STORY

#91: Vamping

#90: Band arrangements: predictable vs. unplanned

#89: Banjo in non-bluegrass contexts

#88: Playing in D using G tuning

#87: Listening ear skills

#86: Mics for banjos

#85: Electronic tuner product review: the new Korg AW-1

#84: Is fingerpicking guitar OK to use in bluegrass?

#83: Hand Position question

#82: Hearing your banjo in a crowd

#81: Jimmy Martin CDs

#80: Practice direction and focus for intermediate and advanced players

#79: Restringing

#78: Motivating beginning banjo students

#77: Banjo angst

#76: Remembering new chord progressions while jamming

#75: Memorized songs vs. "real playing"

#74: I can't sing

#73: the banjo was too #$&#* loud

#72: The key to learning backup

#71: The 2-3 slide

#70: Pick noise

#69: Dealing with too-advanced jams

#68: NO bluegrass near me

#67: Making and sharing amateur recordings

#66: Mutes

#65: When to avoid the 5th string

#64: Words of wisdom from past Jamcampers

#63: Banjo jammer critique

#62: Picking harder

#61: Not learning from memorization

#60: Teaching basic timing

#59: Thumbpick material

#58: Pick noise

#57: How to get in a good band

#56: Beginning advice

#55: Bounce or machine-gun spacing of notes

#54: Bending picks

#53: Haywagon gig

#52: Playing while singing

#51: Crisper tone

#50: Basic D chord

#49: Playing in F

#48: Hearing chord changes

#47: Getting crisper tone

#46: Feedback when playing with loud bands

#45: What next after "Get Rolling"?

#44: Playing when sick

#43: Should lefties pick righty?

#42: Middle finger control

#41: Crowd control at the jam

#40: Practice & "Noodling"

#39: Finding chords and melodies

#38: Jam etiquette re percussion/loud players

#37: Radiused fingerboards

#36: More about contests

#35: Better soloing and playing up the neck

#34: When to change strings

#33: Hand cramping

#32: Anchoring 1 or 2 fingers

#31: Banjo contests

#30: Beginner's video, or Bluegrass Banjo book?

#29: Finding and using a phase shifter

#28: 5th st capo vs. spike

#27: Physical limitations and playing speed

#26: Flying with your banjo

#25: What makes it bluegrass?

#24: Playing not-typically bluegrass music

#23: Learning licks

#22: Novice questions

#21: Chord theory for beginners

#20: Playing while singing

#19: On banjo sound

#18: Playing with picks, and playing with your spouse

#17: Teaching beginners

#16: Beginning videos

#15: Hot Rize

#14: Ruthie

#13: Picking smoothly at fast speed

#12: Planting one or two fingers on head

#11: Reading tabs

#10: Getting started, and playing non-bluegrass music on banjo

#9: Thumb pick hits head

#8: Easy solos and tabs

#7: Electric banjo

#6: Phase shifted banjo

#5: Jamming questions

#4: Tonal Evenness

#3: Sound checks at gigs

#2: Playing in different keys

#1: Practice Habits