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Short clip of a "bright" sounding banjo being played, where "bright" is a qualitative descriptor used in audio engineering and music production.

A clip from Charlie Poole and the North Carolina Rambler's Sweet Sunny South (1929) exemplifying the unique blend of banjo, guitar, and fiddle in an old time string band.

A banjo solo by Earl Scruggs in his song, Foggy Mountain Breakdown which was first recorded in 1949. The distinctive, three-fingered picking style is created using thumb, fore, and middle fingers. This style revolutionized string band music and…

Short clip of a "thin" sounding banjo being played, where "thin" is a qualitative descriptor used in audio engineering and music production.

Short clip of a "tinny" sounding banjo being played, where "tinny" is a qualitative descriptor used in audio engineering and music production.