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Playing Since: 1985
Experience Level: Novice
revellfa has made 94 recent additions to Banjo Hangout
"The Dixie Grand" Banjo Handmade by Andy Boarman circa 1979-80.
"The Black Pony" A custom made banjer with a walnut neck built on a Cox rim and gold plated no hole archtop tone ring.
"The Crude Dude", Custom D-Scale Banjo made by Ken White of Elkins, WV.
Encore banjo that a parishoner bought for me (Asian banjo, great sound.)
Gretsch Tenor Banjo
1935 Kalamazoo KM-11 oval hole, flaback mandolin
2009 Martin D-16RGT Acoustic Guitar
1986 HD-28 SE with Christian Martin III's signature
Kalamazoo Sport Model Guitar
1973 Gibson Blue Ridge Model Acoustic Guitar
1935 Supertone Gene Autry "Ole Santa Fe" Archtop Guitar
Carlos Tenor Guitar
Two Oscar-Schmidt 12 Chord Autoharps
Mainland Concert Ukulele (Red Cedar and Rosewood.)
Old Student Fiddle
Home made Bass
Gremlen Guitar strung to Nashville Tuning
Red Foley Supertone Guitar
Various other junk...
Don Reno and Red Smiley and all the Tenessee Cut-Ups.
Uncle Dave Macon
The Carter Family
The Korn Kobblers
Annie and Mac (check them out on You Tube)
Homer and the Barnstormers
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Last Visit 6/18/2013
I enjoy everything about the banjo. I'm a big Don Reno fan as well as some of the older guys like Uncle Dave. I learned from my dad and my grandfather and have been playing for over twenty five years. Our family's musical heritage is being preserved through a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Also, I play guitar and sing a little. I currently play in a band called "The Lickety Split Banjo Boys." I love to tinker with/play/and/or restore older and unique instruments. I have also recently been persuaded to play the electric bass in my church's praise band. Perhaps we can compromise and make it a banjo bass!