I've got a Gold Tone BG 250 F just hanging out in it's case waiting for me to breathe some life into it.
However, after years of on and off half-baked guitar playing, I recently started fiddle lessons from a violin teacher (she also plays bluegrass) so I could learn some music theory and pull the fiddle into my life.
But, maybe i'm expecting too much, but I'm hoping to improve my guitar playing and learn the banjo some what at the same time.
I find that when I'm practicing with the violin and start to get tired, I can lay it down, pick up the guitar and my finger dexterity is improving, plus I'm learning to read music.
If I throw the banjo into the mix, am I asking too much?
I'm 60 years old and getting to the place where I can focus more time to my music interests, even though my brain seems punier than it used to be.3 comments
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