Posted by cbcarlisle on Friday, March 2, 2012
I recently bought an unusual Fretted banjo which, thanks to George Wunderlich, is probably from Virginia or North Carolina, 1870-1890. The discussion and pictures can be seen at the following topic link. (Not mentioned in my original post: the pot clearly is a mule and had at least one other neck on it, judging by the extra screw holes.)
Monday, October 8, 2012 @1:27:24 PM
I just changed computers, and in transferring my files, I found that I have a short video of you playing this very banjo. You were at John Walkenbach's house, in Tucson, gathered with several people for a jam. Would you like me to either send you a copy, post a copy on the BHO, post a copy to YouTube, or re-bury it in the nether regions of my computer files?
Lawrence Hargis (Bisbonian)
Monday, October 8, 2012 @7:18:45 PM
Lucky you: I wish I could figure out how to change computers without starting over from scratch. I think BHO would suffice for now. Hey, we might be related: my maternal grandfather's side was Hargises from East Tennessee. Curt
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