For enthusiasts of early banjo
From Briggs' Banjo Instructor, 1855
Man! that B part is a good workout for timing and coordination.
Nice! Hope you're coming to Antietam again(?)
Yes...everything you are doing sounds top notch. What a nice feel you have. keep them rolling pal.
Thanks Al & Tim!I've come out of musical hibernation, partly due to the new banjo featured above and partly due to the realization that AEBG is going to be here before I know it, and I'd like to be less rusty than I sometimes am. (Definitely going Al! It's a highlight of my year.)
Sounds great, Andy!
Nicely played, as usual! I've enjoyed all your videos since you've "come out of musical hibernation."
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