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Beginning Level: It's expected that beginners already are well on their way to having a grasp on the fundamentals of five string banjo. You can change the three most common basic chords and can play at least one basic roll pattern but have little experience playing with others. Reading tablature will be helpful, and it will be helpful to know what a major scale is but not required. If you're brand new to playing banjo, please get a few lessons or work with an instructional video before camp starts. Having these basics in hand is essentialfor a quality experience at Weiser Banjo Camp.
Intermediate Level: You are comfortable maintaining good rhythm and taking breaks while jamming with others, even if the breaks don't always turn out the way you planned. You should know some rolls and standard bluegrass banjo licks and be able to put them to some practical use. Your class instructor is likely to assume everyone has some familiarity with the Nashville Number System so be sure to check the system out if you don't use it. At this level you may be hoping to take your playing up to the next level of performing with a group or band.
Advanced Level: This level is for players who already have extensive jamming and/or performance experience. You should be able to play breaks and backup in a band or jam setting—in time and up to speed. You should know the chords that are common in several keys, the Nashville Number System, scales, etc. At the advanced level you should also be familiar with many bluegrass songs commonly played in a jam setting.