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Playing Since: 1979
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I get by on banjo, guitar, bass, and piano. Can manage a little resophonic, blues harp, and am now learning some mandolin.
Banjos: The Mutt (70s StewMac aluminum pot archtop), Vega Style F conversion, and White Mountain bluegrass woody.
Just a few of many: NGR, Rice, Trishka, CS&N, Ozark Mountain Daredevils,Lightfoot, Dave Mason, Fogelberg, John Hiatt, Mahavishnu, Santana... the list goes on. And on. And on.
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Size: 2,978kb, uploaded 9/20/2009 3:41:18 AM
Or is it "Susan?" I don't remember. Anyway, a little different twist to this: banjo in E, vocal, and... something new I've never posted before... harmonica. Kind of s different twist on this traditional tune.
on “Black-eyed Suzanne (Traditional)”
||Don Borchelt Says:|
Sunday, September 20, 2009 @5:27:43 AM
Nice job, Robert. Suzie works for me. Curly Ray Cline recorded it as Blue-Eyed Verdie, the name of his daughter, I think. "All I need to make me happy is a pretty little girl to call me Pappy." Harmonica adds a real nice touch.
Saturday, March 20, 2010 @5:46:55 PM
I'm with Don. I liked the harmonica too. When you say the banjo in E, do you mean its tuned down to E or are you playing in the key of E, G tuning?
Sunday, March 21, 2010 @1:08:18 AM
John-paul: the banjo is tuned exactly like normal Bluegrass G, except in the key of E. John Hartford used to tune like that a lot. So the tuning from 5- 1 is: E BEG#B
I sometimes do E-flat and I've tried D, but my Bishline is more of a Bluegrass banjo and much below E there are intonation problems that are probably only solvable by changing the setup, which I don't really want. to do. Hartford's longer neck probably worked better in those low tunings.
Thursday, August 12, 2010 @4:00:23 AM
VERY nice Robert. Like your voice as well....very pleasant to the ear.
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