Minstrel Banjo

For enthusiasts of early banjo

I have 5 left, and will let them go for $10.00 each, shipping included. Merry Christmas.

Best beginner repertoire under one cover.

www.timtwiss.com

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I just snatched one up.  Who could resist this incredible bargain?

Thanks Tim!

Not me..  I'm glad I logged on this morning!  Thanks, Tim.

I'm still anticipating a "Last Chance for Losers" thread.    ;D

Ha ha. Do be a Doo Bee.Don't be a Don't Bee. Losers are Winners. Winners are banjo players

Was this tune in Winners, Tim?

Yes, I doobeelieve it was.

All this has reminded me that I have a home-digitized copy of Winner's 1864 guitar tutor.  No editing, no tab, just the otiginal in inconvenient-for-printing landscape layout, but if anyone is interested I'll be happy to send it along.  It's somewhere in the backup files of a former computer, but it shouldn't take too long to find.  Let me know.

A reprint is available from a source in the UK. I just got one, courtesy of Tims's reference. Its been so long since I've read tab, I;m just as happy with the stawndard notation. I can dig out the source if anyone is interested.

HI, Dan'l.

I'll take a look tonight if I can get past my son and his new game controller...

Chris

Got your package today Tim...looks good.  Thank You!    :)

Thanks. Let me know your favorites.

Hi, Dan'l and all. 

Here it is, Winner's New Primer, in 3 sections:  1. Music rudiments, 2. guitar solos, and 3. song settings.  I'll be interested if there are congruencies with the banjo book, as that seems to have been Septimus' M.O.

Happy New Year to all.
 
Christopher Stetson said:

HI, Dan'l.

I'll take a look tonight if I can get past my son and his new game controller...

Chris

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