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Travel banjos?

Posted by arcticpoppy on Tuesday, April 9, 2013

So, what is it with me?  Doctor!  Doctor!  Enough is enough -- but I've gotten to where I can NEVER seem to get enough old time.  Hmm, guess I should check "Topics" section here on BHO again and find some sort of therapy group.  OK, for the latest problem -- when I travel out of town and if I can't take my banjo with me, I almost go into withdrawals :)   Like right now.  I'm visiting my daughter and her family, with three of the cutest little grandchildren ever, and even though I would be spending the same number of minutes reading, playing, chasing around with them even if I had brought a banjo, I keep thinking that I could be picking away late at night.  I have been playing my Jason Romero banjo at home, mostly, and I just don't want to travel by air with it anymore, I get nervous.  So, I'm hopefully going to have a great-sounding banjo to travel with by summers end.  Tee Hee - it appears the doctor has prescribed a Kevin Enoch Tradesman!!!  Later, friends



1 comment on “Travel banjos?”

edavidt Says:
Sunday, April 14, 2013 @6:19:49 PM

I have a short scale Jason Mogi for travel. Very light - no truss rod. Neck is to thick for capo, but doesn't matter since it is short scale, and tunes easily in A and D. 12" pot. Quite basic, but gets rave reviews whenever I play it in public.

Very simple. I put it in a soft case. Easily fits in overhead.

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