Richard William Ineson
  • 71, Male
  • Sheffield
  • United Kingdom
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Jody Stecher commented on Richard William Ineson's blog post A very rare tenor banjo for sale on Ebay
"To be clear, the finish on the neck of my JE Dallas zither-banjo is the same as on the back of the pot of both mine and the one on eBay (is "Resonator" the right word for the back of a zither-banjo?).  Another possible difference is…"
yesterday
Jody Stecher commented on Richard William Ineson's blog post A very rare tenor banjo for sale on Ebay
"It's also interesting that you mentioned the neck, Carrie. The neck seems to have its finish stripped. The neck on my Dallas zb has a bit of gloss. The heel carvings are similar on the two banjos. But the neck of mine (#6633) is of several…"
yesterday
carrie horgan commented on Richard William Ineson's blog post A very rare tenor banjo for sale on Ebay
"It's interesting that it went for so much.  I posted a link on Banjo Hangout on the Collectors Forum but no-one came back with any information about the maker however, some ideas that it could have been made by Lange.  Anyway, it is…"
yesterday
Richard William Ineson commented on Richard William Ineson's blog post A very rare tenor banjo for sale on Ebay
"It's a bit of a gamble at that price as there may be some hidden defects and it will need some time, effort and money to bring it back to life, but it is a fancy banjo and will repay the investment. Lipoff seems to have been a violinist and may…"
yesterday
Jody Stecher commented on Richard William Ineson's blog post A very rare tenor banjo for sale on Ebay
"The Lipoff went for £1705.  No one has bid on the Dallas zb."
Tuesday
Jody Stecher commented on Richard William Ineson's blog post A very rare tenor banjo for sale on Ebay
"Wow!  Really nice. There's also a JE Dallas 5-string that might be good and a lot less expensive. I keep trying to post the URL but instead I get hundreds of characters.  And there's a TIP TOP JE Dallas Zither-Banjo at a lower…"
Monday
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Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Clifford Essex Catalog on Ebay UK
"Joel, I scanned the banjo related pages (which is all I have) of the 1928 catalogue and they appear on pages 47and 48 of the photo section."
Apr 9
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion VERY SPECIAL BANJO CONCERTS IN THE UK BY ROB MURCH AND MICHELLE HOLDING
"Sounds like good idea."
Jan 9
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Darkies Dream
"Madame Neruda was a famous violinist I wonder if it's the same person?"
Jan 8
Richard William Ineson commented on marc dalmasso's video
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"Nice tune, the banjo looks like an Abbott 'Mirable' . Have a merry Christmas."
Dec 21, 2017
Richard William Ineson replied to RitonMousquetaire's discussion The "Fan-Tan" stroke?
"Alf Wood composed a piece entitled 'Fan Tan' published by Dallas in the 'Artistic Banjoist' series No 143, which is  in the 'patrol' format and has a hint of the 'Chinese' about it. I've not heard it…"
Dec 11, 2017
Richard William Ineson replied to Jem Bowkett's discussion Weaver Banjo serial number?
Dec 11, 2017
Richard William Ineson replied to carrie horgan's discussion Devil-May-Care (Olly Oakley)
"'A Gaiety Girl' was a very successful musical comedy first performed in 1894, there is a full account of it on Wikipedia etc. I assume that the Oakley recording of 'Gaiety Girl' was perhaps a medley of songs from the show. There…"
Dec 11, 2017

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At 7:19 on February 14, 2017, thereallyniceman said…

Welcome (again) to Ning,Richard! I see that you have re-registered using your new email address, thank you and we look forward to posts from Richard 2

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Ian

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