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Playing Since: 1979
Experience Level: Purty Good
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I get by on banjo, guitar, bass, and piano. Can manage a little resophonic, blues harp, and am now learning a little mandolin. (Very little!)
Banjos: The Mutt (70s StewMac aluminum pot archtop), Vega Style F conversion, Nechville Atlas, 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: 837kb, uploaded 6/24/2008 10:15:40 PM
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A first experiment with double banjo. The first phrase is a lot like some well-known tune I've heard before but I can't remember what it is. The second phrase I pretty much made up - at least I think I did. Remixed from previous upload and bass track added.
on “Country Air”
Friday, June 27, 2008 @8:52:48 PM
Outstanding! Loved that section up the neck. I just love it when banjo players and fiddler play a tune in more than one octave. It is a great excuse for playing a piece through at least one more time, more if an earlier octave is reprised.
Sunday, June 29, 2008 @6:49:31 AM
Thanks. It really was experimental - I was never able to play anything much above the 9th fret on my old banjo, and while the Bishline is really a sweet player up there, well, I have hardly any experience up there and it's still pretty scary territory.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010 @8:08:29 AM
The beginning is very similar to an old Emerson tune called "Good to Go". Great job. Ron
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