Richard William Ineson
  • 72, Male
  • Sheffield
  • United Kingdom
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Richard William Ineson replied to Francis's discussion Nylon strings and nails
"It appears that many classic banjo players are having difficulty finding the right strings, I used to use La Bella but the nylon they use seems to have changed and their strings produce a strange 'pinging' ,almost metallic sound, on my…"
Sunday
Richard William Ineson replied to Francis's discussion Nylon strings and nails
"Thank you very much, it will make life a lot easier, if we all know what we are talking about."
Sunday
Richard William Ineson replied to Francis's discussion Nylon strings and nails
"Hi Marc, It would be very useful if you could compile a list of 'banjo' words translated into French for us, peg head, hoop/pot, fingerboard, nut, frets, vellum/head, etc. "
Sunday
Richard William Ineson left a comment for Eli K L
"I didn't think that there could be two Eli Ks but there we are. Welcome aboard."
Mar 14
Eli K L left a comment for Richard William Ineson
"Hello, Richard! I am not, alas, the famous Eli K. Just a generic Eli starting to look into classic banjo. :-)"
Mar 13
Richard William Ineson left a comment for Eli K L
"Is it the Eli K I know and love?"
Mar 13
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion John Field Memorial BMG LIBRARY. UPDATE !!!
"Thanks Chris, I am certainly going to make my few copies of the 'Banjo World' available for scanning, and I can also fill a few of the gaps in the B.M.G.s from the 20s and 30s. I'm a great believer in making everything accessible to…"
Mar 12
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion John Field Memorial BMG LIBRARY. UPDATE !!!
"Well done Ian, a very tedious and time consuming job, we are all in your debt. I understand that the similar work on the SS Stewart magazines was done by inmates of the USA prisons, I suppose that it would be quite a cushy little job if you are in…"
Mar 12
Richard William Ineson commented on carrie horgan's video
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Sam Payne's Tune

"The SSS came up whilst I was away from home on holiday.  Another one that got away was more recent and was a Weaver which appeared in a local, to me, saleroom, it was in good condition and had the initials 'JM' on the case. I'm…"
Feb 3
Richard William Ineson commented on carrie horgan's video
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Sam Payne's Tune

"A jolly tune that we don't hear very much these days, nice playing and the banjo tone is really good. Sam Payne's SSS 'Universal Favourite' came up for sale on Ebay a few years ago, it made £95.00 so somebody got a good…"
Feb 3
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion Alfred Cammeyer now in Public Domain.
"As far as I am concerned anybody can do anything they like with the Cammeyer catalogue, the more it is made available to the wider world the better, my concern was that it would be assigned to one of the big music publishers who would not even know…"
Jan 7
Richard William Ineson replied to Joel Hooks's discussion What The Heck Are Tropical Strings?
"From memory, I think that the Clifford Essex 'Tropical' banjo strings were introduced during the 1st World War when gut strings were becoming difficult to obtain in Britain as Germany was the main source of gut strings. The…"
Dec 27, 2018
Richard William Ineson replied to John Cohen's discussion Looking for zither banjos
Nov 12, 2018
Richard William Ineson replied to John Cohen's discussion Looking for zither banjos
"These bridges were advertised in the B.M.G. in the 1920's I think, I can't remember offhand who made them but it wasn't Windsor; like all these complicated 'improvements' I don't think that this design of bridge made…"
Nov 12, 2018
Richard William Ineson replied to thereallyniceman's discussion Tony Trischka's excellent video on "Classic Style Banjo"
"With reference to the 'Sunflower Dance', there was popular song, probably from the 1900-1920 period, called 'I'm a Lonely Little Petunia in an Onion Patch' which used the melody of the first strain of the SD, it's…"
Oct 8, 2018
Richard William Ineson replied to Steve Harrison's discussion Who are they? (banjo players)
"Could be Cullen and Collins."
Sep 11, 2018

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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

:-)

Ian

At 18:28 on March 13, 2019, Eli K L said…

Hello, Richard! I am not, alas, the famous Eli K. Just a generic Eli starting to look into classic banjo. :-)

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