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Playing Since: 1990
Experience Level: Purty Good
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Bart Reiter, No. 240, made in 1987; fretless; fretless Ramsey minstrel banjo; Burns No. 8, a handcrafted banjo by Jason Burns of Birmingham, Ala., with a 12-inch pot and Dobson tone ring; Chuck Lee semi-fretless with 11 in. pot.
Fred Cockerham, Kyle Creed, Tommy Jarrell, Uncle Dave Macon, Art Stamper, Benton Flippen, Charlie Poole, Owen "Snake" Chapman, Clyde Davenport, Bruce Greene, Rafe Stefanini, Gid Tanner, Brad Leftwich, Roan Mountain Hilltoppers, John Salyer, Bob Townsend, Freight Hoppers and that feller with the hat -- Joe Newberry.
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Taking Four Quality Banjos to Clifftop to be Sold
Monday, July 16, 2012 @9:33:34 PM
Sometimes a man has got to do what he has to do.
In my case, that means downsize to a simpler and a bit smaller life. Trust me, it makes sense for me at this stage in my life.
So I am willing to part with some quality banjos as there is really no point in me keeping a sizeable stable when I am only playing two or three with any regularity.
I will be taking four banjos (and one vintage archtop guitar) to Clifftop. Three are Ramseys and one is a Chuck Lee. All are open-back and idea for clawhammer. All are fretless, with the exception of the Chuck Lee, which is semi-fretless.
If you plan to attend Clifftop, we'll let you play them to your heart's content. I'm sure one will hook you good like all four did me.
Go to my photo section and you will see these four pretty banjos sitting in a row. But don't lust too much.
If you want to find me at Clifftop, message me and I'll provide you a cell number. Also, look for the blue tent camper with the Texas Lone Star state flag.
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