It was suggested by Joe Downes on a Banjohangout.org forum that we explore Cherokee Shuffle next so here it is...
If you follow this blog and it seems a little familliar that's because I posted a recording of it played on a little Goldtone mini banjo a few months back.
The arrangement is fairly right hand heavy, down the neck, with the left hand providing some strong pulls. The B section uses a wole lot of backward roll. If the backward roll has been giving you grief playing this arrangement may be just the thing.
I'll try and post another arrangement or two for this one in the next little while.
If you've got a version you want to share feel free to plug it in the comments section.
NEXT: Exploring Cherokee Shuffle Part II: The Uncapoed Key of A Break