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Julian44_4 - Posted - 04/13/2009:  23:17:23


Thought folks might be interested in Paul Slater's website

http://www.banjolin.co.uk/

A resource for players of Mandolin, Mandola, Mandolin Banjo, Tenor Banjo, Banjolin and Bouzouki


Edited by - Julian44_4 on 04/13/2009 23:22:33

beezaboy - Posted - 04/16/2009:  17:30:19


Thank you for the post. Most USA music stores don't have bagpipes!

Beezaboy

gprhoenpie - Posted - 04/17/2009:  01:49:09


quote:
Originally posted by Julian44_4

Thought folks might be interested in Paul Slater's website

http://www.banjolin.co.uk/

A resource for players of Mandolin, Mandola, Mandolin Banjo, Tenor Banjo, Banjolin and Bouzouki





So long

GP

gprhoenpie - Posted - 04/17/2009:  01:56:17


quote:
Originally posted by gprhoenpie

quote:
Originally posted by Julian44_4

Thought folks might be interested in Paul Slater's website

http://www.banjolin.co.uk/

A resource for players of Mandolin, Mandola, Mandolin Banjo, Tenor Banjo, Banjolin and Bouzouki

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The website you're proposing is a real bonanza for everybody interested in banjo playing. After a quick browse i must say that I particularly like the tunes section. But there's definitely more to discover.
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Thanks again, Julian44_4,
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So long

GP



So long

GP

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