Puritan Board Senior
Clarence Ashley (1895-1967) sings while playing claw-hammer banjo with Doc Watson (1923-2012) on guitar.
They sound great! Thanks for sharing.No, I'd like to learn if I had the time. My boys are pretty good. Here's one of them playing at a festival. My oldest, Josiah, is on the banjo and my second, Jacob is on the mandolin. Their friend Johnny is playing guitar.
That one is an Old Time banjo made by Gold Tone. I sold it and now miss the frailing scoop in the neck, it allowed for that "cluck" sound and added a little something to the music. I can still hit the cluck but it comes and goes.Sounds great. I'd be content to play at that level. What kind of banjo is that?
They look very nice and the price isn't bad at all. The little extras are nice, the tuners look like fricton pegs and the extra 5th string cappo spikes are a plus. As you probably know old time banjo has many different tunings so the spikes are handy. My Goodtime has one.