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RB-500 gibson

Thursday, December 11, 2014

I have a RB 500 that i bought new  the ser# is B-12 i would like to know more about ser #

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Playing Since: 1961
Experience Level: Purty Good

rbanjoman has made 4 recent additions to Banjo Hangout 

Interests:
[Jamming] [Socializing]

Gender: Male
My Instruments:
1934 TB3 flathead & 1964 RB500

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Seldom Scene; Blue Moon Risin; Old Country Gentlemen; Osborne Bros & many more - too many to list

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Created 1/14/2007
Last Visit 11/17/2019

I started playing banjo at 10 years old. I was a Mountain Dew mascot in 1964 in Mansfield, OH and played in a family band, Rocky Mountain Boys. Then I went on to play with Jim Horn. At that time we backed up Carl Story, Hylo Brown and Molly ODay. Then I went on to play with Lawrence Lane & the Kentucky Grass, James & Bill Monroe, and then started my own group, Trade-N-Post. The original band started with myself, my brother, Ronnie Vance, Roger Howard and Danny Mahon. Then the group changed to Keith Lane, Larry Matney & Doug Matney, and the four of us played together from the mid 70's to the late 80's. And I've been playing with Northwest Territory since 1991.

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