Just heard the PB3 on youtube. Best sounding 5 I've ever heard!!!!! Ya got a good urn right there!!!!!!!!!!!
Eddie Reams said:December 18, 2014 2:54 pm PST
I just wanted to say , you are an inspiration to me and I've learned alot on picking the banjo by watching you on youtube please continue to post Thanks you, your friend Eddie Reams Merry Christmas and God Bless you and yours.
jeff kline said:November 12, 2013 3:34 pm PST
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.