Randy Adams


Location: Lincoln, NE
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Banjo and Dulcimer
A month or so ago someone started a thread here at FOTMD about clawhammer banjo and dulcimer and that got me started playing the banjo again and putting it with the dulcimer. It's fun!
03/05/17 06:56:20AM @bob:

Wonderful! That looks like a fretless banjo...? I love that style of banjo playing also  , sounds terrific. 

Cynthia Wigington
03/02/17 07:14:00PM @cynthia-wigington:

My body and soul Randy you are a living music museum. That's just fantastic, and my favorite style of banjo playing.

David Preston
03/02/17 04:35:34PM @david-preston:

Beautiful sound Randy.

As an aside, I've got another one of your one man duets on my mp3 player ... it's been there for years now. It's survived many purges.  

Randy Adams
02/28/17 10:48:27PM @randy-adams:

Thank you Lisa

Steve...My brother bought the banjo off ebay and gave it to me. Don't know the maker. It had a big old long neck on it so I cut it in the middle and took out about 6" of it. The strings are a little too close for me at the left hand...makes it hard to play and get sustain. For some songs I like it.

02/28/17 09:47:11PM @strumelia:

Real sweet sound going there Randy.  dancecool

Steven Berger
02/28/17 09:24:21PM @steven-berger:

Nicely done, Randy! That banjo sounds great...who made it?



Randy Adams
02/28/17 09:02:44PM @randy-adams:

mountain banjo and mountain dulcimer