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Playing Since: 2006
Experience Level: Novice
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Occupation: Theater/Lighting technician
- Goldtone BC-350
- Bill Ricakrd 11" Half fretted tubaphone
- John Salicco 12 inch gourd banjo
- Stagg BJM30 DL (removed resonator) with a fiber-head and Guitar strings for gGDGD tuning
- Homemade fret-less A-scale banjo with 8 inch pot.
- Unknown German openback longneck.
Apart from Pink Floyd i can't really say that i have any favort bands or musicians because i listen to a lot of differet genres that all have different qualities. Its unfaire to compare Bluegrass and Clawhammer to Drum'n Bass, Hophop and Death Metal, Techno, reggae, clasical, jazz.
What concerns oldtime: Wade Ward, Tommy Jarrell, Fred Cockerham, Dwight Diller, Mike Seeger, Dan Gellert
My more modern favorit banjo players are: Johannes Bonefaars, Niels Bonefaars, Adam Hurt, John Balch.
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Last Visit 4/16/2013
Saturday, March 12, 2011 @7:17:01 AM
When i heard a gourd banjo for the first time i was just discovering the world of oldtime banjo. It was a recording of Mary Z. Cox playing "Andrew Jackson go back home". I just loved the sound and i instantly knew that i got to get me a banjo like that. That is about 4 years ago. I have never seen a gourd banjo in Denmark but that time has past because today I recieved a 12 inch gourd banjo made by John Salicco. I LOVE it :-D
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