See I took it all apart couple of weeks ago and cleaned it, put it back together..I can't get it adusted right, and I'm no professional at setting up..I can play the heck outta one but I can't set it up for the sound I want..I got frustrated and cranked the head down to tight, popped it. so got a new head, needed noe anyways because of all the signature! I want to get that bassy sound like Dave evans, I like that bluesy sound.. I know it's not a prewar but It had a bass sound to it before, it's a 07' RB-250 pre-war re-issure, sounds awesome, I know to set the toneation right but the tailpiece I need some help with..the only music store around here don't know a thang about a banjer, and I'M IN EASTERN,KY.!!! ANYONE please give me some advice here, how to set the tailpiece up, and everything else about how to get that bassy sound!
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I've got a 2007 Gibson RB-250 pre-war reissue, but played MANY at festivals!
Well I like all the standards like the Ralph and Carter....so on , Dave Evans, Raymond fairchild And just so many to type! but My hero is Keith Whitley far as vocals when he was with Ralph Stanley but My banjo heros are, Oscar McKinney Raymond Fairchild , and Dave Evans......ext.
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I'm 15 and from the hills and hollers of eastern Kentucky,Me and my dad are gettin' a band goin' and doing pretty good so far, slow but improving...I have a 2007 gibson RB-250 Pre-war re-issue....We are into jamming and looking for musicians to pick with..Playing a couple of shows here and there...but not much,well want to know nything else just give me a holler!
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