"I am thinking about building a kit, or picking up another fretless. I did briefly own an old SS Stewart several years ago that was re-'boarded as a fretless. It was great fun to play, but I didn't know enough about it, got into…"
"Well, being a Maryland local, with a lot of experience camping in heat and humidity, I'm tempted to bring a Gold Tone (fretted) with a carbon neck and a modern head. Will that get me banished from the camp area?
I do have an old fretted…"
"As a beginning banjo player, and a bit of a "lurker" on this site, I looked up this thread after signing up for Antietam '13. I wondered what I would do there without a fretless banjo. I guess I will not be as out of place…"
The Sixth Annual Antietam Early Banjo GatheringThe Antietam Early Banjo Gathering (also known as the Early American Banjo Conference) is the premier event for enthusiasts and scholars of the 19th century banjo music and culture. The conference, held at the Pry House Field Hospital Museum on the Antietam National Battlefield, raises awareness of the early banjo’s significance in the development of American popular music. It also underscores music’s importance in the lives of Civil War…See More