Sure miss seeing you play Jim. Have all your albums. You are the best now. Miss Earl too. I have been blessed in my life to see both Earl and you many times.
Ken Orban said:May 20, 2013 9:52 am PST
Great site Jim. Would love to see a pre war seminar scheduled durring the days before the IBMA event in Raliegh this year !!
Dave Heath said:May 17, 2013 1:11 pm PST
Jim, I love your website and all the great video clips that are there. I really enjoy your playing for its speed, drive tone and clarity, you certainly are one of the premier banjo masters of our time and I want to thank you for your contribution to performing, promoting and preserving traditional Scruggs style banjos and banjo playing in America for all the rest of us. I will stay in touch, as I am planning to put together a Mastertone banjo in the near future. Best Regards, Dave Heath. p.s.; what is the name of the tune that is playing on your showroom virtual tour, the one where the camera pans around the room. I love it and would like to learn to play it!. Please help! Thanks, D.H.
Duncan Kunz said:May 2, 2013 6:50 am PST
I was privileged, during the 2013 MerleFest week, to visit the home of one of the finest living banjo pickers, What a great time we had! A wonderful collection of both banjos and paraphernalia, and a warm welcome from a music scholar and a true Southern gentleman.
Stephen Porter said:May 1, 2013 2:32 pm PST
I'm new to the banjo, just learning about the history of these great instruments. I thoroughly enjoyed your book on the pre-war flatheads--went through it in two or three sittings.
Thanks for putting it together.