The Tenor Banjo is a four-stringed instrument tuned in fifths (CGDA). It is typically played with a plectrum and popularized in Irish traditional, jazz, and early folk music. The tenor banjo is similar in appearance to the five-string Banjo but has a shorter neck and a more petite body. It is used in various music genres, including Dixieland, bluegrass, and folk rock.
Also, you can transpose notes and download the tenor banjo tab. Transposing notes is a valuable skill for musicians, allowing flexibility in adapting music to different contexts, instruments, and personal preferences.