Hello everyone I hope all is well i've been doing great with learning to play the Banjo and soon will have a sound file so you all will be able to see what you all think about how far i've come with the Banjo take a look at my website if you have question let me know.4 comments
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Playing Since: 2008
Experience Level: Just Startin'
Occupation: deputy sheriff
Gibson 1957 RB-250 Bowtie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Earl Scruggs, blue highway, Phil Overbay, chris holder, The Dillards......are just a few great bands and players.....
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i've always wanted to play banjo my whole life but have never took the time to learn but now is the time. i figured that at 41 years old i will be able to learn and enjoy every min. of it...so far i love it but ive grown up around law enforcement my whole life and love it very much. Just now bought me a new banjo it's a 1957 Gibson RB-250 Bowtie and boy does it play like nobodys business......I Love It.......
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