Posted by johnboyrox on Wednesday, January 21, 2009
I have received some good advice on the last post. I have a friend that has a Washburn B17 and it does sound great for the money, I just don't prefer gold hardware--just not my style. Some have told me to hold out for a Huber, but if I find a Huber in my price range, there is going to be some nagging problem with it that would make it that cheap. I am looking at buying one out of the classifieds on BHO. It's an 05 Yates Rattlesnake, looks great and it sounds like it has all the right parts. Any advice?
I should also say, I think I have found my new home at the Banjo Hangout. I already met someone from the board and we're going to get together for some lessons. Oh yeah! I emailed Buck Trent last night and he sent me a message back. He's been a hero of mine since I was a little kid.
Thursday, January 22, 2009 @6:41:21 AM
I hope you didn't get in over your head with lessons for that guy... I heard him play and he sounds like one helluva project!!
Thursday, January 22, 2009 @6:46:06 AM
if that Yates sounds as good as it looks, lookout! Good lookin rattelsnake John, Hope everything works out and your enjoying what looks to be a great instrument!
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