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Playing Since: 1983
Experience Level: Purty Good

Interests:
[Jamming] [Socializing]

Occupation: Auto Parts

Gender: Male
Age: 51

My Instruments:
Deering Sierra Maple
Recording King RK-R35

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Earl Scruggs

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Created 2/15/2012
Last Visit 4/22/2013

I grew up on a dairy farm in western Wisconsin. I started playing the banjo when I was 15 and was doing pretty well, but I had to get a job off from the farm selling auto parts. My work soon took over all of my time and I didn't touch my banjo for the last 15 years. My children's interest in music finally fanned the flames that were building up in me. At the end of 2011 I pulled my banjo out of the closet, threw a new set of strings on it, and started playing again. I am now appreciating the banjo more than I ever did when I was younger. I just think to myself how much better I could have been by now if I would have only kept playing. I know one thing... you should never put your banjo in the closet! In the last month, I upgraded my old Dixon banjo with a Recording King RK-R35. So far I've been very impressed!

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