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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.
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Size: 1,861kb, uploaded 3/1/2009 3:39:26 PM
Genre: Old Time
In a few days, I'll be down in Tennessee playing old-time music with friends at an event called Breakin' Up Winter. So I've been brushing up on some tunes that I know I will be playing and this is one of them. FYI, my great-grandfather, Thomas Elkins, 2nd Tennessee Cavalry, Co. G, was captured at Big Hill, Ky. in July 1863 in what could be termed a "rebel raid."
on “Rebel Raid”
Monday, March 02, 2009 @8:19:27 AM
I like that...very smooth, rolling..five big ones!!!
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