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What is the best way to sell classic banjos ?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brian Kimerer Feb 6, 2016.

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Peter LaBau and Roy Manning are now friends
Jun 23, 2016
Brian Kimerer replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"I showed up here because it was the only place in the entire interweb where anybody had ever heard of Ted Shawnee. But then, I've been hanging around a bit too. Classic banjo is quite the adventure."
Feb 6, 2016
Joel Hooks replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"Hopefully just thimbles.  Bridges require too much follow up."
Feb 6, 2016
thereallyniceman replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"... or looking for a prime supplier of hand cut bridges or thimbles?"
Feb 6, 2016
Joel Hooks replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"Perhaps they are planning on selling tenor and plectrum banjos?   Expecting classical banjo?   Thought this was "Classic Bluegrass?" (a recent term). Looking for old time roots? Interested in ragtime history? Thought it might be…"
Feb 6, 2016
thereallyniceman replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"I always consider myself as a novice when it comes to getting a Classic Style tune out of a banjo, but I assume that even novices count.   +1 ..... BUT what has always puzzled, me since I started running this website, is that if people are…"
Feb 6, 2016
Roy Manning and Steve Harrison are now friends
Feb 6, 2016
carrie horgan replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"Count me in."
Feb 6, 2016
Jody Stecher replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"It does, Chris, it does."
Feb 6, 2016
F. Chris Ware replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"Well, I just practiced six discrete "classic banjo" pieces — but if a classic banjoist fails in the forest of his own finger-stylings and there's no one around to hear it, does that still count as 16.667% (rounding up)?"
Feb 6, 2016
Daniel Bradbury replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"Present and accounted for.  So 20%"
Feb 6, 2016
Joel Hooks replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"So far we have me, Brian, Marc S., and Jody.-- as of now you are 25% Brian."
Feb 5, 2016
Joel Hooks replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"Is that not the British spelling?"
Feb 5, 2016
Brian Kimerer replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"So, this would be a pick list?"
Feb 5, 2016
Jody Stecher replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"Is it a *role* call because a *roll* call would be for bluegrass players whose right hand patterns are called rolls?   Jody Stecher, here."
Feb 5, 2016
Brian Kimerer replied to Roy Manning's discussion Classic banjos
"I am following the classic banjo technique on my antique Fairbanks & Cole with Nylgut strings. But I am still a beginner, so I don't qualify as a "player" yet. So, there's two of you so far."
Feb 5, 2016

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