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Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time

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Playing Since: 1987
Experience Level: Purty Good

My Instruments:
(1)S.S.Stewart, 20th century 1898
(2)R.K Smith fretless wallnut woody (Frank Proffett style)...
(3)Electa by Ibanez for Australian market.(1978?) rebuilt as openback with banjobrothers thinned pot.
(4) 50s no name "suspension" tone ring arch top with tunneled 5th a strange beasty indeed.
(5)Slingby (1890s Buckby neck/1920s Slingerland pot "reclaimed" Bitza)
(6) Bruno Conquerer in bits .. project
(7) Frying pan banjo also in bits still waiting on me to make a neck



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Created 11/15/2008
Last Visit 3/24/2019

started with Scruggs about 20 years back , hung up my axe about 2 years later cos all my friends were rockin it up, I traded it in for a sax, later traded that in on a Roland w30 synth/sampler and a 303 groove box, and finally traded back to another banjo a few years ago. (funny how things come full circle) , this banjo sat around for some time till i met my missus. she pesterd me for months to play. when i finaly did i tossed my picks away and started learning clawhammer (about middle of 2008). my only regret is that there was no one that could have shown me clawhammer 20 years ago... things sure would have been different.

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