Posted by Pine Cone
- Play count: 826
Size: 525kb, uploaded 3/3/2009 10:42:17 PM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time
An old Doc Boggs ditty. Played on my fretless Harrison mountain banjo.
Wednesday, March 4, 2009 @4:54:05 PM
Sounds GOOD!! Pinecone
Don Borchelt Says:
Tuesday, March 10, 2009 @9:19:02 PM
Wonderful picking. Is that the tiger maple fretless? Very nice sound. I must admit, though, I was waiting for the singing to start. "O' Death, won't you carry me over for another year."
Pine Cone Says:
Tuesday, March 10, 2009 @11:15:52 PM
Yes the banjo is fretless. Plays awfully nice though...
Yeah, I know, I got to add vocals to it... That means more practice before I can sing it and play it smoothly.
Big Doug Nez Says:
Monday, April 27, 2009 @11:03:27 AM
How is the cabin/studio coming along?
Pine Cone Says:
Monday, April 27, 2009 @9:03:26 PM
Major cabin work should commence in about a month as we get closer to the dry season. Been working on an outdoor shower setup this month. 5-gallon bucket with a small electric pump, heated by a camp stove with a tiny Zodi camping water heater on top. Got the basic structure up this week, still needs to get the roof on which should happen later this week. The shower building is 45"x80" more or less... drain rock for the floor, some walls up to 5 feet for modesty, open above 5' with a clear plastic roof. I'll get a picture up once it is finished...
Someday we will be able to afford a well... right now it's rainwater and water from home.
My Harrison built by theonly1hardway is a nice sounding and easy playing banjo.
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