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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: Thank you to Banjohangout and to Sweetwater in Indiana

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Banannajo - Posted - 10/30/2022:  11:38:10

I was thinking how much all of you here at the banjo hang out have helped me. You guys never fail. What a great community to be a part of. I am now at 15 months of learning. I don't know much of anything as I keep practicing the same few songs to improve at finding the strings, chords, etc... It is a slow journey for me. What keeps me going is that I am a far better player than when I first started, In that I can play something, which is better than nothing. lol

Also A few weeks ago, September 30, I visited a friend in Indiana. The first place she took me was to a music store named Sweetwater. It was amazing. I loved it! I think they are the largest or second largest music store in the country. Unbeknowist ( I think I just made that word up) to me, who did not make the connection, When I bought my new Recording King Songster banjo it was from them. They have been so great to deal with. When I bought it, they had three of the banjos. I was able to pick out my exact one. This makes it even more special. I wish I could buy another banjo, just to buy one from them again.

Because I am such a beginner I don't think I deserve such a nice banjo, but I am starting to get used to it.

My favorite things you have given me are the Tabs to Willin' by Little Feat (Old Hickory) and the tab to Jamaica Farewell (Janolov).

Old Hickory - Posted - 10/30/2022:  12:11:28


Originally posted by Banannajo

My favorite things you have given me are the Tabs to Willin' by Little Feat (Old Hickory) and the tab to Jamaica Farewell (Janolov).

You're very welcome. And thank you for the shout-out. One of these days, I might try to tab a version that hits more of the melody. Of course, I never got around to tabbing out Stevie Wonder's "I Wish."

I never knew Sweetwater had a bricks-and-mortar store. Thought it was just a big online dealer.

Good luck in your continued banjo journey.

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