Posted by Lucas Worthington on Thursday, March 20, 2014
i am working on Reno style and am having fun learning it. i am good at Scruggs picking and wanting to do something else. does any body have any thoughts on the matter.
Thursday, March 20, 2014 @5:45:10 PM
good luck some folks can get that index going some like myself have to leave it alone on the up tempo stuff,i am a great fan of Don's true melody playing on the old pop tunes and his double stop thumb brushes---Tom
Friday, March 21, 2014 @5:14:56 PM
Lucas - I'm doing the same. It's a bit more challenging (at least for me) than Scruggs style.
Jason Skinner Says:
Monday, March 24, 2014 @3:48:58 PM
Hi Lucas. Glad to hear you are interested in Reno style. I have a full series of Reno style DVDs available on my website renopicker.com. You also may want to check the back issues of banjo news letter for my Reno style column and Ed Chernesky's column from the early 80's. banjonews.com/2012-03/reno-sty...shop.html Also check out Don Wayne Reno's DVD by homespun tapes. I have many clips of Don playing on my youtube channel. youtube.com/user/renoman Feel free to shoot me a message if you have any questions. I'll be glad to help the best that I can.
Thursday, April 3, 2014 @6:14:07 PM
Jason: you are evidently making a real impression on the younger generation of the Reno style. My brother-in-law (Jerry Haffelt) and I go to several festivals and instrument shows and the young talent that are playing Reno style banjo is a real uplift. We are very appreciative of your impression on these young folk. Thanks, Terry O'dell.
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