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    The banjo is from c.1918, the A. A. Farland wood-rimmed, bevelled-top, open-backed banjo, with Favilla on the headstock. Almost zero sustain.

    Eddy Davis was Woody Allen's banjo player, and a good cyber friend. He is a legend in the world of early jazz, and the banjo in particular. I was thinking of him a lot while making this arrangement. Eddy also liked 17-fret open-backed banjos, less in your face than the 19-fret resonator jobs.

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    Okay, I get it: Get That Banjo Out Of Here! Haha, don't worry, guys, I'm not offended

    Thanks, citizen k!

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    And Vladan :-)

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    nice rob!



    rip e.d.

    cheers

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    That's my man! He invited me to come to play with them in NY, but that was never going to happen. Too bad! It would have been a memorable night.

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    and as special guest, you would have avoided the 150$ cover charge at the carlyle!! haha


    cheers
    Last edited by neatomic; 01-06-2021 at 01:58 PM.

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    Wow, that much?! Worth it see me, of course