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...while I’ve been doing that, I recently started working on getting a website built, as many have asked if I had one when contacting me regarding placing an order.
So, I’ve finally done it as of this morning: https://clinebanjoworks.weebly.com/
Mainly, the site’s purpose besides showcasing my work is to help those seeking all the options I offer and a few examples of them.
Still making some tweaks, but it is what it is.
~ NoahAdd Comment
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Genre: Old Time
Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time
Playing Since: 2008
Experience Level: Purty Good
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Occupation: Former mechanical engineering student practicing lutherie
Banjo, guitar, mountain dulcimer, mandolin, fiddle, and ukulele.
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Born in Staunton, VA, I now reside in Burlington, WV. I started playing banjo when I was eleven, originally being taught Scruggs-style, then around a year or a year and a half later I started teaching myself clawhammer after my teacher had introduced me to some of Mary Z. Cox's CDs and other various Old Time artists and albums, and I have been playing it ever since. I also picked up minstrel banjo, or early banjo for a time, and fooled around with Old Time two-finger and three-finger picking as well.
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