Been playing for some time and wondering if i'm doing it right, Im definitly not playing Heavy driving banjo. But I did scale back to old gospel and country. Even putting the banjo where i never heard before. Kinda like my own style, If you met me today i could not play a song without music to fuel the fire. Mostly i get up and move about the house playing without looking just feel, even scooting from X to Y. On the neck otherwise i feel there is a wall built on the 4th freet, This is where i get discouraged, I realize i need instruction, but i don't want to change what the good lord has shown me. What is the logical next step.
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Playing Since: 2004
Experience Level: Just Startin'
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I bought my first banjo while stationed at Cherry Point, More of a Decorative piece. Started messing around, and become hooked. Lost interest for several years until i went to work for a company, Whom the owner was a picker and i became inspired to pick up and go again. Been at it faithfully ever since.
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