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    Default Re: Ludwig Commodore PB

    Just curious -- what does one do with a plectrum banjo? Where does it fit? It is basically a five string banjo without the fifth string, right? Is there a genre or culture where a pb is the must have thing?
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    Default Re: Ludwig Commodore PB

    PB is excellent for solo playing. I used to play a lot of tenor bnj and when I got a PB I just started converting the repertoire over (better sound) - all except for the irish stuff. Jelly Roll Morton, Ellington, Monk, and of course all the songbook stuff.

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