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    Re: Well, I did it...

    I've always played by ear (such as the efforts on instruments could be called 'playing'), so that's not an issue. I like Longblackveil said, there was a time when there were no frets, and thousands...
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    Re: Where are the banjo pluckin' ladies?

    Purpose of this thread was a request from a member wanting to know if other ladies had signed up as members. Discussion immediately was derailed and is now going to get back on track. For those you...
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    Re: Truss rod question

    DoctorB... Gibson's truss rod system was designed by Thaddeus "Ted" McHugh and was awarded a US Patent in Feb of 1923. It was McHugh's idea to embed the truss rod in an arc in which the peghead-end...
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    Re: Where are the banjo pluckin' ladies?

    New tenor banjo player here. I also play the mandolin. I'm play pretty much all Irish traditional music all the time. I play mostly because I love the music, but also for my sanity. I love the...
  5. Registration in the Gold Tone WL-250 Giveaway now open!

    Registration in the Gold Tone WL-250 Giveaway has opened!

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    Gold Tone, D'Addario and the Banjo Cafe are combining efforts to give away a Gold Tone White Layde WL-250 banjo and packages of...
  6. Re: Giving away free Banjo Cafe case stickers right now

    Need stickers. YOU NEED them to distinguish your banjo. At a banjo history meet, I had an identical case for my Kevin Enoch Tradesman to the one Bill Evans had for his 1920s RB worth about 10 years...
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