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Playing Advice: Bluegrass (Scruggs) Styles
ARCHIVED TOPIC: Finding a teacher
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marksymington123 - Posted - 05/30/2023: 06:37:36
Long shot I know but...anyone out there know a banjo teacher in the United Kingdom, Middlesbrough/North Yorkshire area?
RB-1 - Posted - 05/30/2023: 07:02:15
If Darlington would be close enough, you could look for Ian Sharp ( I don't know if he's still teaching, though).
Texasbanjo - Posted - 05/30/2023: 08:01:41
We have a teacher's list. You might check it out and see if there's anyone in your area.Go here: banjohangout.org/teachers/ .
HSmith - Posted - 05/30/2023: 08:12:46
Hi MarkHave a look at the tutors list on the British Bluegrass Music Association website. Here's a link britishbluegrass.org/tuition/
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