F# banjo chord

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In this installment: The key of F#

This is the eleventh installment of a series of articles designed to help those at the beginner/intermediate level learn banjo chords, as they would apply to each given key. Here we are covering the key of F sharp in this article. So let’s get started with the basic chords in the key of F sharp.

The Basic chords in the key of F#                                                                 Chart 1

Now let me explain the chord charts in case you don’t understand them. They represent the banjo's neck. From right to left are the strings on the neck of the banjo and the horizontal lines represent the frets. Got it? Good. Above, I’ve shown the basic chords for the key of F sharp. Below are some additional chords that I refer to as substitute chords.

Some substitute chords for the key of F#                                                     Chart 2


You may have noticed that one of the chord diagrams in chart 2 has a number to the left of it. The 6 to the left of the A sharp minor 7th diagram means that the first fret displayed is to be regarded as the sixth fret on your banjo. Okay? In chart 2, I have listed what are called substitute chords. Let’s say you played the first chords listed in chart 1, in the order that they were listed. For the F sharp major chord, you can substitute a F sharp major 7th chord. The G sharp minor chord can be replaced by the G sharp minor 7th chord. The same is true for each of the remaining. Play them. Has a jazzy ring to it, doesn’t it? Some people refer to substitute chords as orchestral chords but it doesn’t matter. A rose by any other name still has a thorn. I’ve included additional substitute chords so that you can improve your chordal vocabulary. You’ll be the life of the party and the envy of all your peers. You will be on your way to achieving greatness. The sky is the limit. Let’s move on to some more substitute chords.

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So now we’ll close by saying that we hope you will find this article useful in the process of learning banjo chords. If there is something you think we should add, just send a letter or E-mail and we’ll be happy to give your suggestions some consideration. We covered 16 chords in this lesson and in each future installment we’ll cover 16 more. So keep on playing and we’ll see you next time.

Bob Craypoe

Next installment: The key of Db

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If you’re learning the banjo, you’ll know a lot of the popular banjo songs are in ‘open G’ tuning, popular with banjo players such as Scruggs, Fleck, and Trischka.

In this article, we share the most popular 5 string banjo chords in this tuning.

The order of the strings in open G are as follows:

Blank banjo chord chart

On a 5-string banjo, the fifth string &#; G &#; is the highest string, whilst D, G, B, and D ascend in pitch. The high G string also doesn’t start until the fifth fret.

How to Read a Banjo Chord Diagram

Chord diagrams are individual pictures that tell you where to put your fingers for different chords. Here’s a labeled up chord diagram, with everything you&#;d expect to find:

Banjo Chord Chart Explained

Sometimes, string names might be written above the diagram, with the chord name on top. Other times, there might be fret numbers included down the side. However, the fundamentals remain the same, including the orientation and symbols used.

Banjo Chord Charts in Different Keys

Now you know how to read a chord diagram, we&#;ll show you a selection of the most popular chords in six of the most popular keys. These shapes will take a bit of learning and aren&#;t as easy as say mandolin chords (which are symmetrical shapes), but once you&#;ve got them memorized and you&#;ll be well on your way.

Key of F

Our first chord chart contains a selection of chords in the key of F. Keys are like ‘families’ in music and it’s always worth knowing which ones go together. This make learning new songs easier and even help with writing new compositions.

Banjo Chords in F

Key of C

The second ‘family’ is the key of C. With all of these keys, the chords chosen are the tonic (first), fourth, fifth, fifth with a dominant seventh and the sixth chord which will be minor. This is because they’re the chords most commonly used together, particularly in the bluegrass style.

Banjo Chords in C

Key of G

The key of G works especially well in this tuning, which is one reason why it’s one of the most common keys in banjo music. To play the tonic, you needn’t even use your fingers! The fifth string (high G) also works particularly well as a droning note for songs in this key.

banjo chords in G

Key of D

The next chart features chords in the key of D. This is another fairly common one in bluegrass music and does include the open G chord, though the other chords listed below don’t work particularly well with a droning high G string, hence the crosses above that string.

Banjo Chords in D

Key of A

Next is a bunch of chords in the key of A: another common key. The banjo A chord is very similar to the guitar A chord, with all fingers belonging in the second fret. The difference, here, is that there are four strings to cover.

banjo diagrams A

Key of E

Finally, here’s a banjo chord chart in the key of E. This is another often-used key and includes a B chord, which is just like an A chord but moved up two frets.

banjo chords in E

Summary

As you can see, there are quite a few banjo chords to learn to play.

It’s worth choosing a song that you particularly like and finding out which banjo chord it starts on. That chord will be the tonic, giving you the key.

Once you’ve mastered and memorized one key (or ‘family’), take on another. The key of G is very common in banjo music but it’s far from exclusive. Take on as many of these shapes as you can; they’re the weapons you need to become a banjo master!

by Ged RichardsonSours: https://zinginstruments.com/banjo-chords/
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5 String Banjo Chords, D Tuning
Major, Minor and 7th Chords, Keys Fingering Charts

5 String Banjo Chords for D Tuning

5 String Banjo Chord Chart, D Tuning, f#, D, F#, A, D, includes the major, minor and seventh chord fingerings. Includes a banjo fret board with all of the notes marked. The Banjo is an essential instrument in everyones Bluegrass band and this chart will get you going.

The 5 String Banjo D Tuning Chord chart is included in our book, Essential Chords for Guitar, Mandolin Ukulele and Banjo.

 

 

5 String Banjo Key for D Tuning, chord fingering charts

5 String Banjo Key Chart with Chords for D Tuning. Includes the 7 keys, A, B, C, D, E, F, G with their 1, 4, 5, and 7th chord fingerings in first position. This chart make a great reference for any beginning player. The 1, 4, 5 chord relationship is standard in western music for rock, folk, country, and blues.

The 1, 4, 5 refers to the chords that are played in a song and their relationship to each other. The key name will be the first chord, such as the key of A, the first chord is A, the next chord is 4 away or D and the final chord or the 5th chord is E. Often to give a song an edgy or blues sound you will play a seventh version of the chord, marked as E7. At a basic level for many songs that we know and love these are the chords that are played or the chords the song is based on.

There are a million ways to play songs and tons of variations of how the chords are put together but knowing this basic information will really help give you a foundation for learning music.

The 5 String Banjo Seven Keys Chord Fingering chart for with 1, 4, 5 and 7th Chords in D Tuning is included in our book Essential Chords for Guitar, Mandolin, Ukulele and Banjo

Other 5 String Banjo Chord and Key Charts in our collection
A Tuning
C Tuning
Double C Tuning
G Tuning
Blank Sheet Music and Chord Boxes

 

 

 

 

 

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