Richard William Ineson
  • 74, Male
  • Whitby, N.Yorks
  • United Kingdom
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This is what I'm working on at present, hope to have got it ready for next year.
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Started this discussion. Last reply by John Cohen Oct 6, 2016.

Has everyone come across Claudio?
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thereallyniceman commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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Clifford Essex stand 1931

"Yes Joel,  It seems that only the colour of the labels have changed!"
Jun 7
Joel Hooks commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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Clifford Essex stand 1931

"It is a great photo and very cool to see that vendor booths have not changed much at all."
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Jody Stecher commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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Clifford Essex stand 1931

"Thanks Joel. Sure enough, it;'s as you say. In the small version of the photo it looks like gigantic slices of black electrical tape. "
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thereallyniceman commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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"Hey Jody,  I think that they must be some form of  early "subliminal" advertising... only "special" people can see them.  I can't see a thing, but I have always thought that I was nothing special.  You…"
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Joel Hooks commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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Clifford Essex stand 1931

"They are labels with model designation.  Click on the “full view” and you can see them."
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Jody Stecher commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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Clifford Essex stand 1931

"Does anyone know about the  black horizontal rectangles crossing the heads of most of the displayed banjos? What are they? Why are they there?"
Jun 6
Byron Thomas commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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Edmund Forman front cover

"Thanks Joel! You always come through with good info. Do you happen to know if the pieces of music survive?"
May 12
Joel Hooks commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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Joel Hooks commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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Joel Hooks commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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"I have a few pieces by Forman scanned that I could post this evening.  They are not "tutors" but just sheet music, this piece included. "
May 11
Richard William Ineson commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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Edmund Forman front cover

"Hi Byron, I'll see if I can find this item amongst the mouldering pile; it's along time since it has seen the light of day."
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Byron Thomas commented on Richard William Ineson's photo
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Edmund Forman front cover

"I know this is really late but I was wondering if you had any scans of the music inside this tutor. I've been on the hunt for music published with the 7 string banjo in mind and this seems to fit the bill. I'm hoping to eventually run…"
May 11

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At 10:17 on April 8, 2009, David Wade said…
Great to have you onboard, Richard,
At 20:43 on April 8, 2009, Mike Redman said…
Hi Richard, welcome to the site, I have just given some details to Rob about Ridgeway, you may want to post the full works on your 'Events' tab? Have a good Rally.
Regards

Mike
At 21:35 on January 26, 2011, Ray Jones said…

Gudday Rich

How are you feeling these days.     Have you returned to full health?

Ray

At 6:41 on January 27, 2011, Ray Jones said…
No worries mate.    Our old mutual mate Dave Wade kept me up to date as to your progress.    So stay on top, as there are not many of us good guys left.    Luckily, I'm not flooded out.    Anyway, there is always a ice cold beer in my fridge for you.    Keep smiling.  Ray
At 16:51 on February 19, 2011, denver smith said…

Hello Richard, really enjoyed the photos, great stuff, thanks for sharing them.

 

Denver Smith

At 11:15 on March 18, 2011, thereallyniceman said…
It is a pleasure to be a friends with another "Old School" Classic Banjo player...we need to stick together!!
At 21:02 on March 18, 2011, Ray Jones said…
Hi Richard.   I have had one of those trade banjo hangers for years, and was surprised to see that they were asking $75 for it on Ebay.
At 21:15 on April 6, 2011, Rosie Anderson said…

Many thanks for that new piece of information.

Best wishes,

Rosie

At 0:42 on March 6, 2012, allan ideson said…

thanks for confirming the origins richard.it has been in a case in one of my neibours loft for 50 yrs.the case has an essex label in it .i traced the case on the net 1920s.the last owner put his name on the skin and the date ..1961.but i knew it was older than that ....ie..the grover tuners.i will have to search for one more.i saw an abbott on ebay and the 5th string was on the neck ...this one goes trough a tunnel in the fingerboard.....is it an earlyer model perhaps?...it would be good to find out...thanks again....allan

At 17:58 on March 7, 2012, allan ideson said…

thats a good idea richard,ime afraid ime a novice so far .i would rather have 4 strings at the moment...i fingerpick on my guitars but the string spacing in alian to me at the moment ...i will get another bridge and spread the strings a bit...thanks

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