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Wednesday, November 5, 2014

I have played the banjo in the past.  In the last few months I have started up playing the banjo again.  In the past I would have my wife record the tab and then I would learn the tune by working through the recording and listening to the sample tune.  Recently I have started with the murphy method dvd's and have found them so helpful.  You need to listen is what Murphy says.  Also in the past I did not have access to an electronic tuner.  Now with my iphone I use "talking tuner" to tune my new Deering Calico banjo.  Are there others out there with other hints and techniques I could use?

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Playing Since: 2014
Experience Level: Intermediate

Interests:
[Jamming]

Occupation: Retired IT manager

Gender: Male
Age: 69

My Instruments:
Banjo Pisgah 12" Cherry Dobson 2017, Gold Star Hearts and flowers 1983, Kel Kroyden New generation rb4 style American Made Banjo 2016, Nechville Phantom 2016, Gibson Granada 1927, Stelling Master Flower 2020



Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Leo Kotke, Seldom Seen, Hot Rize, New Grass Revival

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Created 5/29/2014
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fI am a want to be musician. I love the process of making music. I am blind and am always looking for instructions that I can use. I had found the Murphymethod when I restarted playing banjo after a 25 year period. I can credit Murphy Henry for bringing me back to my banjo. I have recently added clawhammer to my banjo playing styles. I continue to learn and enjoy the banjo. I have also found Mike Hedding online banjo lessons very helpful.

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