For enthusiasts of early banjo
Hoop De Dooden Doo, here is how I interpret the version in the instructors. Part B is not part of the original sheet music, but it makes it more interesting to sing.
Thanks John! Very nice!
Yes, thank you... I've wanted to hear this one for a while.
That's a mouthful !!! Nice plunkin' too. John, did you get a Sweeney because the famous old Sweeney is a lefty? Just curious.
That was the deciding reason for getting the Sweeney. There were a few left handed players back then, but I don't know what they were playing. Its been great to say that my left handed banjo is a copy of one made back then. Of course, the tie to Sweeney is appealing as well.
Wow man that sounded awesome. Your banjo has such a crisp tone with that low end just underneath. I bet that sounds incredible in person. Great tune!
really great! I just got a Sweeney model myself (made "backwards" I suppose you could say :)) Looking forward to seeing you and Elaine at the next AEBG!
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