Posted by Rob MacKillop on Tuesday, February 2, 2010
I've sent a banjo book to Mel Bay - an edition of early American 'parlor' style repertoire, but with a CD of recordings I did on a Luke Mercier banjo influenced by A.C. Fairbanks' early work. Gut-strung, of course. Mel Bay are happy for me to have the CD tracks online, and hopefully the book won't take too long to come out. Here they are:
You can download them for free.
Tomorrow I have two new banjos arriving! Another Luke Mercier, this time it's a flush-fret job, again in the early Fairbanks style, and a so-called mandoline-banjo by Pollman, or at least from his factory. Pictures already on my website:
Tuesday, February 2, 2010 @7:34:34 AM
Tuesday, February 2, 2010 @11:52:36 AM
Nice Rob, just listened to a selecction.
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