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ARCHIVED TOPIC: Decent banjo store in Dallas/FTW area ?
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jmbanjo - Posted - 09/02/2009: 10:46:24
I've been searching the Interent for a decent store in Dallas FtW, but to no avail. I know about Larry Morgan Music and Zoo music, but they're mostly marketing electric, rock ,etc. And the people don't know what they have or can't help much answering my questions. I like to have my hands on something before I spend a lot of money on it.Jerry M
Texasbanjo - Posted - 09/02/2009: 10:54:16
You might check with Gerald Jones (he lives near Dallas), I'm sure he'd know if there are any good ones. He's a member here, so just give him a PM and I'm sure he'll help you.Let''s Pick!Texas Banjo
Banjov1 - Posted - 09/02/2009: 11:21:07
Cliff Fitch is in the Dallas area and I know he has a lot of really nice banjosTony
Grey Dog - Posted - 09/02/2009: 13:16:49
I second the vote for Fitch, but you may want to email him first: He may have cut his hours to 'appointment only'.][ Grey Dog in NH
dlaustin - Posted - 09/02/2009: 15:16:43
Hi Jerry,Cliff Fitch is a good one. He makes Fitch banjos and I think he sells RKs. He might have some trade-ins also.Another banjo man to check with is Jim Penson. He's my teacher and he often has some instruments for sell. In fact, he has my Deering Siera that he's trying to sell for me. He's a director of the SW Bluegrass Club. His website is www.pensonstringwerks.comDavid
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