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Extr'ordinary Rag..1915..Otto Motzan

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Questions about a zyther/banjo

Hi everyone, first a big THANK YOU to this website host for approving my request to becomd a member.

Recently, I bought this zyther/banjo from an estate sale. It is alleged to be from 1900. I do not know the maker and is in a desperate need of repair that I am willing to do. It previous owner did a bad job on it. I would love to share pictures of it before I took it apart and afterwards.

If anyone could help me to upload these picture I would deeply appreciated.

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New bridge Reily Baker banjo 1890

Really loved that old tiny bridge but it was producing a mute tone on the first string due to how wide the string slots were. Gap under the bridge, top wasn't level. Quite a few issues but it felt great. Action was perfect, string spacing perfect for me, height of bridge felt great too, even though its a fraction of the height of modern bridges. So I just bought a cheap two leg bridge, was farr too tall, so I cut the legs off to get it nearer the size I wanted. Sanded down the top with a…

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Test from Ian please ignore

We are aware of a few problems after the recent NING server crash that affected our site.  Please bear with us while we try to fix it!…See More
Tuesday
Jody Stecher replied to Jody Stecher's discussion new test
"Ian in Lancashire is Mac based and it all looks good at his end. I suspect that incomprehensible irresponsible NINGery is at the bottom of all this random imbalance ."
Sunday
Trapdoor2 replied to Jody Stecher's discussion new test
"California? You should move to Denial, that's what I did. ;-) I'm Windoze based. Everything looks ok from my end."
Sunday
Jody Stecher replied to Jody Stecher's discussion new test
"Thanks Ian. So you know: It's not just me having the problem. I just got off the phone with new member Jay Feldman who was unable to post photos on June 4. He is seeing the same thing I am: no menu etc. And his ISP is not the same as mine. The…"
Saturday
thereallyniceman replied to Jody Stecher's discussion new test
"Thanks chaps, We are looking into fixing Jody's problems from here but it may require opening a TICKET with Ning Support..  hahahahahhhaha...   don't hold your breath!"
Saturday
Jody Stecher replied to Jody Stecher's discussion new test
"I get the same situation when using iPad or MacBook Pro. Same with Safari or Firefox. This suggests a possible recent incompatibility between Ning and Comcast, my ISP."
Saturday
Joel Hooks replied to Jody Stecher's discussion new test
"Seems to all be there for me on my iPad, work computer (Microsoft), and home computer (Mac)."
Saturday
Jody Stecher replied to Jody Stecher's discussion new test
"No visible photo. And no way to edit or remove this post. The site host is a Ning-com-poop."
Saturday
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"You've gone and forced my hand - now I have to learn this number. Well done. "
Jun 7
Jody Stecher replied to Jody Stecher's discussion test
"BTW, it's not a Safari issue. It's the same situation using Firefox as a browser. And restarting my computer didn't fix it either."
Jun 7
Jody Stecher replied to Jody Stecher's discussion test
"I'm using Sonoma 14.5 as well. I see you've got the menu above the attached photo. It doesn't appear when I try to add a message. I'll email you a screenshot of what I see."
Jun 7
thereallyniceman replied to Jody Stecher's discussion test
"Hi Jody, I can't see any "Test Banjo" upload from you but uploading seems to work correctly from here on a Mac running Sonoma 14.5"
Jun 7
Jody Stecher posted a discussion

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Something is not working right with Ning....again. There used to be a menu when adding a discussion. And there was a set of symbols to help upload different sorts of files. I am trying to upload a test banjo photo.Can anyone see it? the Preview…See More
Jun 7
Steve Harrison posted a discussion

Extr'ordinary Rag..1915..Otto Motzan

Otto Mozan immigrated from Hungary to America in 1907 and became a successful and prolific composer of reviews, popular songs and light operas. This is a very well composed piece of music. The piano score was in G/Em which I've arranged in C/Am as…See More
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Jake Glanville replied to Jake Glanville's discussion H C Dobson's visit to England.
"Thank you so much Kyle, for taking the time and trouble to reply with such a mountain of useful info.  I am indebted to your kindness and extremely grateful to your efforts.  I was always told that one of the Dobsons had met William…"
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Kyle VanMeter replied to Jake Glanville's discussion H C Dobson's visit to England.
"Jake,  Thanks for the email! I figured I should go ahead and join the Classic Banjo forum, I am not as active on the online banjo community as I would like to be! Here is what I have gathered from my research, the majority of which comes from…"
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