Posted by Ban-Joey on Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Wednesday, May 28, 2008 @2:54:04 PM
Wonderful job. Ole Joe must be turning in his grave. Great sound from that machine. What is it? Looks like my Woodburn B17.
Wednesday, May 28, 2008 @4:02:39 PM
It is an Osborne Cheif clio......... thanks!!!!!! Ban-Joey
Wednesday, May 28, 2008 @4:11:37 PM
Joe, I was talking with Kevin Decker this morning and your name came up in the conversation. We both think that your picking is really exceptional; all of that diligent practice has paid off for you! Ken
Wednesday, May 28, 2008 @4:46:43 PM
Thanks Ken, Kevin has been a HUGE help and inspiration to me. I keep working at it mu brother. I have caome a ways but man...... there is so much more to learn...... which is good!!! God Bless man, Ban-Joey
Banjo Stan Says:
Thursday, May 29, 2008 @3:55:29 AM
Nice pickin' ,Ban-Joey!
Those Chief banjos are awesome!
Jackson Lee Says:
Thursday, May 29, 2008 @5:52:04 AM
That was great!
Thursday, May 29, 2008 @7:19:10 AM
Thanks Stan......and my young friend Jackson. I love my Chief........ I have those American Banjo cryo strings on it Sonny Osborne lights........ Thanks for the comments guys........ I am enjoying my banjo journey....... still a LONG way to go!! Ban-Joey
Thursday, May 29, 2008 @8:12:54 AM
Great version! I can't paste the link, but you have to see this one. Go to Youtube and look up
"a little bit of old joe clark." This guy is wonderful and this where I got the version I'm playing. If you play it in G you can also slide up and bar the high G, hit a few licks with the pinky, then bar F and do the same, and repeat. It adds a pretty neat flavor to it. You can modify it accordingly for playing in A. There are some other neat tricks that make it a rockin version as well. I'll upload it one day to my music. Keep pickin and postin. Oh yeah, don't forget the grinnin!
Grace and peace.
Thursday, May 29, 2008 @8:34:02 AM
Thanks Randy........ you are right man...... that version is so very cool man!!!! I need to try it. My version is straight Murphy Henry. we keep learning..... :) Blessings man, Ban-Joey
Wednesday, June 4, 2008 @6:52:04 PM
Nice one Ban-joey! That's the next song I'm going to learn!
Wednesday, June 4, 2008 @7:09:26 PM
Thanks Banjo-Ho......... we keep on learning man........ :) Ban-Joey
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