Sitting here reading a few forum treads, thought that I would put this out there.....
For the past few years, while I on this banjo journey of mine, there are a few here at the hangout that have unknowingly helped me tremendously, and I thought that I would give them a shout out....
First of all, Rob Bourassa, with all is video lessons, got me situated and started, I thank you sir!
John Boulding, another incredible teacher. Not sure if anybody else here at the Hangout has given so much for free, to help me/us along this road. Thank you!
Eric Schlange, for creating this place, and for free... Just wow! Thank you..
Geoff Hohwald, his lessons have been are still of great help.. Thank you!
Jack Baker, The tabs you had available, were/are incredibly helpful. Thank you!
The Chief, Mr. Sonny Osborne. Just the fact that we have a person of that stature here and available to answer question is amazing, Thank you for being here...
I will add more as I remember them.. LOL..
I still have a long way to go, and may never reach the state as a banjo player as the incredible people I mentioned above, And you may never even read this, but, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR HELP and guidance!!, (I know people here may not say it enough). I hope that somehow, sometime I can return the effort of even pay some of it forward like you have..
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Playing Since: 2011
Experience Level: Just Startin'
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2004 Fender American Jazz Deluxe Bass Guitar, 1985 Yamha Eterna Acoustic Guitar, Epiphone Les Paul Electric Guitar, and now a 2010? Epiphone MB-250 Banjo!!!
Earl Scruggs of course, Sonny Osborne/The Osborne Brothers, The Grascals, Jimmy Martin, Mac Wiseman, Hank Williams, Jimmie Rodgers, Steve Earle and The Bluegrass Dukes and other rock and country stuff...
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Just started my Banjo Journey Christmas 2011 (A very special thank you to my wife... I love you!)
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'Nic Jones' 2 hrs
'Banjo Nursery' 2 hrs
'Anadama Bread' 3 hrs