Learn good timing on the banjo with hand picked metronomes by Ross Nickerson and Featuring quartz brand metronomes, Korg tm50 Metronome and Tuner, Snark Touch Screen and my favorites the Matrix MR 500 or MR 800. Both the MR 500 and MR800 are loud and sound like a drum stick hitting a block of wood which works best for me. The b...

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  • $32.95
    The TM-50 is the perfect daily practice partner that will support your development as a performer. The Korg TM series allows you to use the tuner and metronome simultaneously. Since this single unit is all you need for both pitch and rhythm training, it has become a favorite lesson tool for brass bands as well as many other types of musicians. The...
  • $32.00
    This model gives you an excellent chance of success in using and getting all the tremendous benefits you receive from practicing with a metronome. This Matrix MR 800 is an excellent metronome for practicing banjo. It's loud and easy to hear over your banjo. The tone is like a drum stick on a block of wood, not a digital or a bleep beep sound. This...
  • $24.00
    An compact, cost-effective alternative to higher priced models! The Matrix MR500 metronome has good volume for a metronome of this price. The sound of the metronome is a loud click with a clave tone. Turn the dial to easily select the tempo. A switch on the side of the metronome turns off the sound so that the light can be used as your tempo guide....
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    Work on your timing and rhythm with this loud and easy to read Snark Metronome. This new Snark metronome works great for banjo. It's low priced, has a lot of features and fits in your case too. I know a lot of people might think using their Iphone or Smart phone as a metronome is wise but I'd rather knock over something made of hard plastic then my...
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