Banjo links on the web, here you will find website links for Banjo CD’s, books, lessons, parts, accessories & more! Although it came originally from Africa, the banjo is a quintessentially American instrument and part of the fabric of our musical history.
Banjo links on the web
Deering® Banjo Company – MADE IN THE U.S.A., the largest manufacturer of banjos in America.
Pete Wernick has his own website. Check it out to see what Dr. Banjo is up to these days. Find info on his Banjo Camps and his recordings and books.
Ron Block Online 4-Session Banjo Workshop.
Native Ground Books & Music, a family-owned American company with lots of great books and more.
Banjo Hangout – banjo forum, lessons, videos, jukebox, and more …
Banjo Ben – banjo, guitar, and mandolin instruction! Take a couple minutes to watch the video tour, and you’ll see why thousands of folks around the world have improved their pickin’ skills using Banjo Ben’s tabs and video lessons!
The Murphy Method – Learn bluegrass music by ear. DVD lessons for all the bluegrass instruments. No tab or music reading required.
Homespun – a multitude of lessons by some iconic banjo players teaching folk, old-time, bluegrass and other styles to beginners and experienced pickers alike.
BanjoTeacher.com – Support for banjo students. Books, CDs, DVDs, Tabs, DVDs, Banjos, Accessories and more.
Free Banjo Lessons– by Bradley Laird, good site for the beginning banjo picker
Hatfield Banjos – Arthur Hatfield has always been interested in Bluegrass music. At his old home place where he builds Hatfield Banjos, Necks, and does banjo repairs, etc. He has been building banjos for about 30 years and started building Hatfield Banjos full time in 2001.
Wilson Banjo – Steve Wilson started off as most Luthiers likely did, growing up with a love of playing music. A respect for the sound of the instruments themselves.
Banjo.com– huge selection of banjos, parts & accessories.
Earl Scruggs’ Official Site – Read bio and order CDs, books and other merchandise directly from the man. What are you waiting for? Check it out!
American Banjo Museum – The American Banjo Museum is a $5 million, world-class 21,000 square foot facility honoring the rich history, vibrant spirit and unlimited future of the banjo. The museum contains more than 300 instruments, the largest collection on public display in the world.
Huber Banjos – Visit the site for more info and see why Sammy Shelor says that “this is the best sounding new banjo I have ever heard!”
Banjo NewsLetter is the longest running periodical devoted to banjo and banjo playing – any and all styles. Loads of tabs and info every month. Get subscription info by email or visit their Web site, which contains a complete, cross-referenced index of tabs which have appeared in BNL.
Pre War Gibson Banjos, Jim Mills Banjo, Buy, Sell and Trade Pre War Gibson Banjos.
Tranjo – the ultimate travel banjo! Sam Farris has made a fabulous, easily-transportable banjo that plays like the real thing.
Scott Vestal now has his own site. Find out about his Stealth banjos, check his tour schedule, get info on his recording studio (Digital Underground) and see some pictures of Scott.
Janet Davis Music -They specialize in anything bluegrass – instruments, accessories, supplies.
Prewar Gibson Banjos is a site dedicated to just that.
Stelling Banjo Works has a new, redesigned site. Read the history of this fine company, see color photos of these gorgeous banjos, mandolins, and guitars, and even check out Geoff Stelling’s instrument care and set-up tips.
Banjo links for Facebook groups & pages
BANJO PLAYERS UNITED – FB group, the biggest banjo community, where every banjo player can find a home. Whatever style you play, and how many strings your banjo has. Even if your banjo is square with red and yellow dots you are most welcome.