i live in new hope pa. i am 59 years old and picked up a banjo in college.... a 1969 fender artist..... for the next 30 years i played on a hit or miss basis.....finally the kids got older and 4 years ago i found a weekly jam in doylestown pa..... i go every wednesday night and have improved more in 4 years than the prior 30 years....at some point, not sure when, i might want to learn more about your offerings.... be well....jk
Tim McDonough said:November 6, 2013 4:58 am PST
beautiful stuff, I love the "room"....I am a professional photographer and filmmaker, if you ever think of doing some testimonials for your website or an oral history of the banjo let me know, I'd love to collaborate...best wishes
Robert Schlotter said:October 27, 2013 10:57 pm PST
Sure enjoyed your book Jim, very informative. Hoping to attend one of your prewar banjo seminars this next year. I really like your playing also, especially when you were with Ricky Skaggs.
Thom Darrow said:August 27, 2013 6:33 am PST
I am so pleased with the service provided by Jim Mills. I have bought two Gibson conversion banjos, and have another one on the way. Jim gets the TB's from people that have been hanging on to them around 70 to 80 years. The two I have look as new as too have been made last year. Jim installs a 5 string neck, and a new tone ring. I never knew what I was going to get in looks or tone. The two that Jim sent me are 1/3 the price of a RB prewar Gibson and they sound way cool. I know there is no way a brand new banjo could sound like my prewar banjos. Jim I want to be one of many to thank you for being out there and finding me the best prewar Gibson conversion banjos that I could ever hope to own. Thank You....
kimberly townsend palmer said:July 3, 2013 7:01 am PST
banjos rule! what else is there to say after that? not much, except that i'd love to see your collection.