Buck Banjo Workshop
Every Month on the last Sunday afternoon from 3 till 6 PM
Sundays, 3pm - 6pm at Fifth String Studio in Fayetteville, NC
Buck’s students say:
“Buck is a great instructor, in a way that even absolute beginners can understand. He took a group of various experience levels and little to no jam experience, and had everyone in good solid jams and coming together as a group.”
“He can impart ideas very clearly and concisely with attention to detail that puts him on the leading edge of his craft.”
“Buck is the best, most patient, thorough, kind, passionate, incredibly knowledgeable and inspiring music teacher I have ever had… prompt, professional, and makes learning so much FUN.”
“An inspiring and effective teacher with a kind and easy-going demeanor. His love and passion for the instrument and for teaching is evident.”
“Buck is a great instructor. He really does an outstanding job teaching in a way that students, even absolute beginners can understand. He took a group of students of various levels of experience and little to no jam experience, and had everyone participating in good solid jams and coming together as a group. Great job! Can’t wait to do it again.”
“Mr. Buck equipped me not only to play, but also to teach myself how to learn. He instilled in me a love for the instrument and the music. I am beyond thankful.”
DO YOU QUALIFY?
It’s easier than you may think!
If you are studying the banjo, have a banjo, and want to learn more about playing, tuning, and knowing you instrument in general… you can be part of the workshop.
The workshop is usually around 3-4 hours, and there is ALWAYS fresh coffee. Just bring $20, your banjo, and a big smile, because everyone is welcome for this workshop, all levels, all ages...
You must have a banjo.
You must be ready to have fun and share your questions and your knowledge with the other students.
Fast playing is not expected, nor is the ability to solo required.