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Jody Stecher commented on steve leuschner's blog post 1880s A Tilley banjo value
"Joel, it is not silly, it is practical. In the regional style for which the modified fingerboard is intended the melody generally does not go above what would be the 7th fret on a fretted banjo. But sometimes 2 banjos are used. The second banjo did…"
Jan 10
steve leuschner commented on steve leuschner's blog post 1880s A Tilley banjo value
"Thank you for the advice. I think i will pass."
Jan 10
Joel Hooks commented on steve leuschner's blog post 1880s A Tilley banjo value
"Sorry about having a little fun but your request (with equal amount of info given) is very common.  Simply giving a maker's name is basically no information. Banjo makers span decades during a rapidly changing popular music trend (and the…"
Jan 10
steve leuschner commented on steve leuschner's blog post 1880s A Tilley banjo value
"thank you, I could play some down style and up style old time , maybe some minstrel style. it has been stung with nylgut for years he said.  have a tuba lady (eastman whyteladie with 27 tubaphone ) with nylon strings sounding fairly good . I do…"
Jan 10
marc dalmasso commented on steve leuschner's blog post 1880s A Tilley banjo value
" Jody is allright ; and more , this Tilley seems to be a 12 inches ' one . and if  it should be your 1st classic banjo , better is to own a regular 11 ' one with the full scale  ( 22 frets )"
Jan 9
Jody Stecher commented on steve leuschner's blog post 1880s A Tilley banjo value
"Well I can tell you it has been set up post 1970 to play a version of traditional Appalachian banjo music.  That music is microtonal and the absence of lower frets makes it possible for the banjo player to match the exact modal pitches of…"
Jan 9
steve leuschner commented on steve leuschner's blog post 1880s A Tilley banjo value
"an 1880 ford truck about 5 grand. im not asking for a written appraisal here just a rough idea . since this is my first post here ever im not sure how to add photos yet and i dont have any but it is not a zither and from the photos i saw its a…"
Jan 9
marc dalmasso commented on steve leuschner's blog post 1880s A Tilley banjo value
"LOL  : Joel is right  /  That mean 's  , without pictures , impossible to value something"
Jan 9
Joel Hooks commented on steve leuschner's blog post 1880s A Tilley banjo value
"Hi Steve, we might be able to help you. But first, could you tell me the value of a half decent Ford pick up that is for sale here in the US? It has had the wheels replaced but otherwise not bad. I am thinking it would be good for hauling a mobile…"
Jan 9
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1880s A Tilley banjo value

Would anyone have an idea of a half decent A tilley 5 strings value . One for sale here in Canada for 350 canadian. it had the first five frets replaced with a brass plate otherwise not bad. thinking it may be a good player for classic. See More
Jan 9
steve leuschner replied to John Green's discussion Fascination Waltz (1904)
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1880s A Tilley banjo value

Would anyone have an idea of a half decent A tilley 5 strings value . One for sale here in Canada for 350 canadian. it had the first five frets replaced with a brass plate otherwise not bad. thinking it may be a good player for classic. 

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