I have been playing less lately due to work and duties around the home. Sometimes it is hard to get into the flow and other times after a few days break it just flows nicely. Always makes me think should I have a break or play every night. After work the fingers are tired and sometimes sore so I blame work for my poor pickin. I have also notice when i am playing to my satisfaction I can find viriations of the notes and tunes with ease and enjoy wondering off and linking up all the tunes I can play. I find it great for practice and timing. I know I need to learn tunes correctly but at the moment I am enjoying hearing myself play at an even pace and flowing without having to stop and look at tab all the time. As we all know, Practice makes perfect.
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texasbanjos posted a classified ad '(PENDING) Gold Star GF-100JD Bluegrass Album Banjo' 12 days
Playing Since: 2006
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My own maple block rim, modified Huber vintage tonering, huber metalware, waverly v2 tuners, huber strings, my own birch bridge made from a block of birch from Geoff Stelling shop with ebony top recycled from a broken 1889 ss stewart headplate, huber head, flame maple neck, ebony fretboard and quilted maple cox resonator. Strap made by a BHO member Smitty.
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Born in New Zealand and now live in Australia. Now building banjos and doing repairs. I offer new parts, necks and block rim upgrades, I am here to assist any banjo player.
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