Playing Since: 2008
Experience Level: Just Startin'
Panco banjo - 5 string
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Last Visit 6/9/2009
Hey guys I'm Taylor and I've been playing the Banjo since late March 2008. The banjo is my first instrument that I've gotten classes for. I take private lessons with my Math/English teacher about once or twice a week depending on my time for that month. My favorite song to play at the moment is Salt River and my best song I can play, that I've also memorized, is Do Lord.
Since I've only been playing since March I'm not that good but my teacher said that I'm improving. I love playing the banjo because its differnt and it is an American instrument. If anyone wants to add me as a friend and talk about banjo or anything feel free to I love meeting new people.
Besides playing the banjo I also play Vollyball, Basketball, Kartie, and Dance. I've been playing Vollyball since I was Freshmen in high school so at the moment for about 3 years. I played Basketball my Freshmen year but then I got hurt my Sophmore year and had to have surgry over the summer and ended up not being able to play that year but this year I'm hopeing I accually get to play if my foot dosen't give out on me. I just started Kartie but I use to do Tye-Kon-Do. I am a white belt at the moment but hope to stick with it and become a black belt. As for Dance I've been dancing since I was 3 and since at the moment I'm 17 I've been danceing for 14/15 years.
I also LOVE drawing. I plan on minoring in Fine Arts in Collage and majoring in Performing Arts and Teaching. Drawing has been a hobby of mine ever since I could pick up a pencil and draw on the walls lol. I think some of my art is still there lol.
Well thats a bit about me hope to stick with banjo and become a good musician I plan on mastering the Banjo, Gutair, Paino, and Volin before I die and if I do I will feel as if I have accomplished something. (if I do at least one I think I might feel I accomplished something lol) See you all later Taylor B
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