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A new ITM banjo forum just for us!!!

From robobanjo on 2/9/2016 5:49:55 AM

Hey All - So you know, we were successful just yesterday in creating a new discussion forum for 4-string Irish Trad banjo players here on the BHO website!!!  Check it out in the Playing Advice section.  BHO lost alot of ITM players over the years, but this should gradually bring them back and get them thriving, socially speaking.  Spread the word.  Rejoice!  :-)



joemac says:
2/9/2016 6:12:03 AM

I'm really pleased to read this!! Please let's keep it friendly and positive, Sounds great to me and it has lured me back over to this site!

Picking Dick says:
2/9/2016 6:35:31 AM

I'm a newby, so I really appreciate the new forum. Maybe I can learn somethin'!

robmac07 says:
2/9/2016 6:23:54 PM

Good stuff Rob. Let's go for it!

banjopaul100 says:
2/10/2016 3:03:15 PM

fantastic we need a great ITM site for chatting about strings and things !! Hoorey well done rob and I hope to contribute some intresting topics

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