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Playing Since: 1971
Experience Level: Purty Good

Interests:
[Jamming] [Socializing]

Occupation: retired

Gender: Male
Age: 73

My Instruments:
Tenor: 1927 Gibson Florentine; Plectrums: 1931 Vegavox DeLuxe IV, 1930's B & D Silver Bell #3, 1970's Martin/Vega Vegavox DeLuxe V, 1930's Paramount Style C, 1970's Ome Gold Mogul, 2 1920's Ludwigs: Commodore & Riviera

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Peter Mezoian, Buddy Wachter, Dave Marty, Eddie Peabody, Johnny Baier, Cathy Reilly, Don Van Palta, Cynthia Sayer, Perry Bechtel, Fred "Mickey" Finn

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Created 4/19/2008
Last Visit 4/17/2009

My father purchased a Martin soprano ukulele when I was eight, and I learned a few chords on my own. Shortly thereafter, a friend of the family happened to visit; he could really pl;ay the ukulele well, and I "copied" his style and techniques as well as I could manage. Then my father acquired a banjo uke, and later a tenor banjo when I was about twelve, however, my love of the banjo didn't develop until I heard Eddie Peabody, the master of the plectrum, which inspired me to learn and collect plectrums.

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