Any Strummers and Pickers out there?

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Gary Beluzo
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Any Strummers and Pickers out there?

Post by Gary Beluzo » Mon Mar 15, 2010 7:08 am

ENTS members-

Okay how many of you are musically inclined and enjoy strumming a guitar, picking a banjo, or messing on a mountain dulcimer?

I am driving my wife crazy because in addition to my guitars, I just purchased an inexpensive mountain dulcimer ($50) and yesterday a Aria Deluxe Banjo with resonator ($117). The banjo is worth close to $500- you CAN get good, safe deals on EBay.

Anyway, I would like to correspond with those of you that enjoy stringed instruments and would be willing to share ideas, artists, and songs, particularly as they relate to TREES AND FORESTS. Hope to talk to you soon.

Thank you!

Gary Beluzo
western Massachusetts
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Larry Tucei
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Re: Any Strummers and Pickers out there?

Post by Larry Tucei » Mon Mar 15, 2010 7:46 am

Gary, I can pick a little. I need to get a new guitar, been looking just havn't done so yet. I enjoy it, its very relaxing. Larry

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James Parton
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Re: Any Strummers and Pickers out there?

Post by James Parton » Mon Mar 15, 2010 4:23 pm

Gary & Larry,

I had two guitars at one time. I could not play very well but I had fun. I am thinking about getting a new one.

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Steve Galehouse
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Re: Any Strummers and Pickers out there?

Post by Steve Galehouse » Mon Mar 15, 2010 10:18 pm

I sometimes strum my belly while picking lint from my navel, but my son Mitch(galehouse5 on the forum) is quite a good guitarist.

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