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whyte laydie strings

Monday, August 30, 2010

      I have just aquired a W L No 7, with twelve inch pot, at the moment it has light gauge strings could any one sugest whether it would take heavier  strings on 3rd and fourth string. I am looking for a resonating sound in this area .


                             Thanks Gordon


whyte layde strings

Friday, August 27, 2010 Add Comment

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Playing Since: 1955
Experience Level: Expert/Professional

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Occupation: retired teacher

Gender: Male
Age: 78

My Instruments:
Gibson RB 250
Epihone By Gibson
Windsor Zither Banjo
customised Winder (?) Circa 1900
customised Harmony
Chuck Lee Custom Chautauqua Custom
Cammeyer Open Back 1899
Whyte Laydie No 7 1902

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
American folk music Roscoe Holcomb Deseret String Band Hobart Smith Mike Seeger Buell kazee Lost city ramblers Praetorius Gabrielle Victoria,Monte Verdi Purcell Black American Folk Music Early World Folk Music

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My father discovered trad american folk in 1953.he played semi professional violin but changed immediately .I liked it too he bought me huge guitar i took to it like water followed by five string banjo,auto harp, dulcimer,open tuned mandoiln , malodeon, and accordian.I lived for music and rock climbing. I broke my neck in 1986, totaly paralysed but i am still madly interested i collect cds and the occasional banjo and teach banjo and guitar by verbal interaction

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