Posted by Stringy D
- Play count: 575
Size: 3,314kb, uploaded 8/23/2010 6:04:13 PM
Genre: Old Time / Playing Style: Clawhammer and Old-Time
This is Tommy Jarrell's "Tempy" played on my hybrid banjo with a Stew Mac rolled brass tone ring and Bill Miller vellum calf skin head, it is a partial fretless with a brass plate where the frets ain't, played over the scoop. It was recorded using a Sterling ST31 small diaphragm condenser mike and a Presonus tube preamp. I pulled the song from Brad Leftwiches book on Round Peak Style Clawhammer. A must have book by the way.
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