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RIP Dave Hum

Sunday, November 18, 2012

Today, I just can't quit thinking about Dave Hum, who passed away on the Nov. 14th. I have enjoyed his videos immensely and will greatly miss seeing a "video uploaded by Hum" He was a rare talent, a joy to watch and listen to.
My prayers go out to his family.
Rest in Peace, Dave.

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Playing Since: 2012
Experience Level: Novice

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Gender: Female
Age: 60

My Instruments:
Recording King RK R35 Madison

Guild GAD50 acoustic guitar
Breedlove Atlas 12 string acoustic/elect.
La Patrie Concert classical guitar
Seagull S6 acoustic guitar
Martin Backpacker acoustic guitar
Luna Tattoo Ukulele
make and play the Native American style flute

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Too many to mention. I love all kinds of music but love to play bluegrass, folk, country and some rock.

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Created 3/14/2012
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Happily married for 33 years. I met my husband while serving in the U.S. Navy in Iceland. After my tour in the Navy, I became a stay-at-home mom. Our kids are now grown and we have one grandson. Music has always been a big part of my life. I became interested in the guitar at 6 and dreamed of having one for years. Finally, at age 14, my Dad gave me a Sears electric guitar. Lessons were not in the cards for me so I am self taught. I was in all music classes in school and enjoyed many years in the band. I understand music theory but being self taught on guitar, I began with some bad habits that are hard to break. I do not want to make that same mistake with the banjo so here I am browsing for beginner info. (wish we had internet way back when. ha ) Now, my journey with the banjo is about to begin and I couldn't be happier with my life. Any tips for a beginning banjo player would be greatly appreciated. :)

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