I am learning this tune, Winder Slide, and would appreciate any imput as to versiions that other clawhammer banjoists prefer.
I just want to make it known what fine folks we have on the Hangout. I responded to Rod's message about dark woods used for shipping flats. He sent me an example and I plan to make some bridges with it and reciprociate with a gift for him. What kind and honest people we meet on the Hangout...
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Playing Since: 1973
Experience Level: Purty Good
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Occupation: Retired Teacher of the Deaf
Gibson RB250 with the resonator off. ' Been my main banjo for years.
1932 Gibson Mastertone (new neck)
2002 Timeless Tkimber gold plated retirement (watch) banjo.
Don Zepp is soooo good.
John Balch has a greast website as do so many other wonderful banjo players that are so kind to share their expertise through this fantastic hangout.
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Changed from 3-finger to clawhammer five years ago and enjoy learning new tunes off the internert. Have enjoyed woodworking all of my life and am interested in learning how to build banjos.
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