A tune I recently started learning after hearing it played by a Cornish Banjo player. It's got that Irish/Jig feel to it and a little bit of up-the-neck melody too, and it's quite a simple tune to master that sounds good. Open C tuning, which makes it a little different to my usual stuff. I couldn't find a tab, so I did one in TG!
An Irish Polka tune. In 4/4 time here but can be played 'cut time' if you really like. Old-D (Double C capo'd 2) tuning. Slightly altered from normal as I struggled with the original B Part. So I made it a bit more straight forward.
My current work in progress! I'm learning this in Old-D tuning (Double C capo'd 2 frets). Nice tune with some new chord positions to learn in Double C, so good all-round there. Add in a fair amount of drop/double thumbing and it's an excellent practice piece!
A fairly well-known tune, recorded many times over the years, and pretty easy to get sounding good. Some timing challenges in this for the Newbie Banjoist, but straight forward chord positions. Play in G-tuning or (like I do) capo up to A.