- Female, who loves bluegrass and accoustic music in general
- Rogersville TN
- autoharps, banjos, mt. dulcimers, mandolins, and motorcycles
- f.t. motorcycle mechanic, p.t. security guard
If it ain't got at least 3 strings on it, it ain't worth playing.
Just sittin back, pickin and grinnin!
Thank you AMY RAY for giving me an interest in mandolin and bouzouki, as well as Bill M, and countless others!
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on Dec-15-2009 at 5:19pm
Well, I am now officially in the world of mandolin. I repaired as best I can the top of the old mandolin given to me. The low set of strings buzz when fretted below the 5th but still it is better than nothing. I will learn to play this instrument. I was gonna start with the Stewart banjomandolin but the action is just too high above the 5th fret-caused by a failing heel on the instrument. Emailed Tim up in MT. Wolfe the other day about it. He will fix it for me when I send it up to him.