For enthusiasts of early banjo
The first from Frank Converse's 1865 "Yellow Book"; the 2nd from Briggs' Banjo Instructor, 1855.
These are a couple of my first loves.
Cool....these tunes represent the "Smoke on the Water" of the banjo world....just becoming part of the DNA.
very nice!! flawless picking, and great tone!
Thanks. It's hard not to like these tunes -- simple, rhythmic: I'm just watching the dancers in my head...
Paul--I won't comment on how great your banjo sounds, because this comment might detract from the great performance you gave--it really does soung great though! Very nice rendition.--Rob
Thanks for the kind words. Credit for the banjo goes to Jim Hartel.
Yes it's a beautiful banjo, and super fine playing. :)
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