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Genre: Old Time
Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time

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Playing Since: 1972
Experience Level: Novice

Interests:
[Jamming]

Gender: Male
Age: 69

My Instruments:
Bart Reiter Whyte Laydie #724; Cedar Mountain fretless; a couple of others that I don't really play any more.

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Skillet Lickers and Wade Ward in the early days. Any band that John Herrmann is playing with these days.

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Created 7/11/2012
Last Visit 6/21/2020

Started playing in 1971 on a banjo found in a garbage can. Played quite a bit in the ensuing years and got to the level of "purty good," but years of neglect eroded my banjo skills. Have picked it up recently and trying hard to recover what I once had. Re-learning has been interesting and has shown that both my memory and picking skills aren't totally lost, just covered with several layers of dust. Still have the garbage can banjo, but a Bart Reiter Whyte Laydie is my instrument of choice now.

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