Minstrel Banjo

For enthusiasts of early banjo

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"Without reading the previous posts commenting on your playing I will offer my  obser…"

Bart McNeil replied May 16, 2013 to The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. But without the Good.

16 May 17, 2013
Reply by Anthony G Spangler

"What you are feeling is natural and will go away with time and practice. When I took…"

Bart McNeil replied Apr 29, 2013 to Pain threshold

7 Apr 29, 2013
Reply by Anthony G Spangler

"There are plenty of folks who don't play banjo but they express their interest by ta…"

Bart McNeil replied Apr 21, 2013 to Music, interpretation, blah blah...

9 Apr 26, 2013
Reply by Dan'l

"I am sure we all have seen 20th C. banjos with electric lights inside them... and pr…"

Bart McNeil replied Apr 10, 2013 to It's alive...

12 Apr 10, 2013
Reply by Steve Jeter

"I am sure we all have seen 20th C. banjos with electric lights inside them... and pr…"

Bart McNeil replied Apr 10, 2013 to It's alive...

12 Apr 10, 2013
Reply by Steve Jeter

"Of course there are mistakes, but if you don't draw attention to them, few if any fo…"

Bart McNeil replied Apr 9, 2013 to All strung up!

27 Apr 9, 2013
Reply by Anthony G Spangler

"Yes, the thin nylgut strings break quite easily.. especially when one is new to tuni…"

Bart McNeil replied Apr 9, 2013 to It's alive...

12 Apr 10, 2013
Reply by Steve Jeter

"With nylgut strings being nylon, moisture will have very little effect on them... Ho…"

Bart McNeil replied Apr 9, 2013 to It's alive...

12 Apr 10, 2013
Reply by Steve Jeter

"I stumbled on that when googling 20th  century banjo and was kind of amazed at what…"

Bart McNeil replied Feb 28, 2012 to

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"I agree, there is some valuable information in that video for historians, players an…"

Bart McNeil replied Feb 27, 2012 to

just now

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