For enthusiasts of early banjo
This one was really hard to record. Or, maybe it was just hard to play correctly! Regardless, the Red Sox won tonight and I though this was an appropriate ti...
You got it.
Thanks. Now all I need is a Bell & Sons banjo...Shhh-don't tell my husband I keep posting about wanting another banjo.
When you do get one, you'll be amazed with the difference....especially with the "feel"...then tension and diameter of strings. I sense a real flacid feel to your steel strings tuned down as you play. You're playing the stuff really well. No problem with your execution or the feel.
Thanks Greg! And, thank you for introducing me to this world. I've been reading so much. I can't talk about the banjo now with out adding in some bits of history.
Tim-thank you, that's good to know! Your book has been so helpful.
Your determination and technique you are developing will make a switch to a Minstrel fretless a total cakewalk.
Wow, I can't believe how quickly you are progressing, Valerie! Amazing. =8-D
That sounds just great, and you have the down picking going now. Just great.
How can you stay so cool and even smiling while recording?- I get so rattled when the camera is on. It must be your 'teacher experience' being in front of kids all day. ;)
Just tell your husband the truth- that the new banjo is going to be ordered but it won't be ready for months. Worked for me. heh heh...
Oh well I feel a little better knowing you had to make multiple recording attempts...that's more like me! ;)
well done sounds fine, and your smile brightens
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