Posted by drottman300 on Saturday, July 10, 2010
Ive come to a part in a song where there r lots of chokes in one part! Ive found that choking is the hardest part for me to learn so far, holding them up for a length of time when to put them down and the timing seem to b testing my resolve, but with everything else that I have learned with the banjo i know it will come in time! I hope everybody is well and pickin there butts off, Oh yes and also Im thinkin about maybe finding a banjo camp to go to next year, I hope I can find one within a reasonable distace form me!
Saturday, July 10, 2010 @6:40:37 AM
I am sure you will get it! I have not even begun to think of choking!
Banjo camp sounds like a fun time! I might try to find one next summer, as well. My wife is wanting to start learning mandolin. Maybe I could find one for both of us, so she could benefit, as well.
Keep pickin' man! Mike
Saturday, July 10, 2010 @2:34:04 PM
well if we lived closer I would b intrested in finding the same one to go to! But I havent even started looking to see where and when one might b!
Sunday, July 11, 2010 @6:13:32 AM
You might look into Gerald Jones' Acoustic Music Camp. Here's web site for this year's show early next month.
All acoustic instruments (except tenor/plectrum) with instruction by well-known instructors, jams, concerts, noon mean provided, and plenty of nearby hotels/motels reasonably priced in a surburb atmosphere. I've been 4 years and loved 'em all. Many folks travel to get here. You have only a small part of Missouri, and a corner of Arkansas to cross get here.
Sunday, July 11, 2010 @8:14:05 AM
Thanks Wes will have to check that out!
Monday, July 12, 2010 @4:54:32 PM
That does look like a good 'un! It would be fun to meet up with other BHO members, at camp! Mike
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