Interesting Links regarding Traditional Music
Jim Connor: "the Jedi Master who instructed me." He was in the New Kingston Trio from 1969 to 1973, played the banjo for John Denver, and wrote the hit song Grandma's Feather Bed. Jim plays in the traditional Sand Mountain old time banjo style, and was declared by the late Earl Scruggs to be "the finest old time 5-string banjo picker in the world."
Chanterelle Banjos: Fine open-back banjos built in North Carolina by Mike Ramsey. His Tubaphone reproduction banjos are second to none! Mike also builds excellent conversion necks for old Vega banjo pots.
Adams Resonator Guitars: James Adams builds modern-style resonator guitars down in Louisiana, and offers fine resos for every budget. Dr. Rogers especially recommends his Walnut model.
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