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Pickin' Parlor

Postby 5stringpreacher » Wed Sep 18, 2013 9:58 am

Does Ben still take advantage of the Pickin' Parlor lessons advertised on this website?

http://www.banjobenclark.com/page/lessons/
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Re: Pickin' Parlor

Postby mreisz » Wed Sep 18, 2013 10:07 am

So far as I know, the parlor isn't live at this point. I think they were working on it earlier this year, but I haven't heard anything for a while.
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Re: Pickin' Parlor

Postby handy andy » Thu Sep 19, 2013 4:58 pm

Howdy all,

Ben is finally slowing things down and is trying to put together a good Pickin' Parlor plan. We have discussed some options and formats, but there is no target date at this time. So, just be on the look out because it'll be coming around hopefully sooner than later!

Always feel free to email me any questions about the site that aren't too "pickin'" technical (because I got no pickin' sense!) at andy@banjobenclark.com

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Re: Pickin' Parlor

Postby DrMusic08 » Sat Feb 08, 2014 4:59 pm

I would be interested in the pickin parlor too. After all the best way to improve is to play with others who are better than you.
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Re: Pickin' Parlor

Postby Mort722 » Tue Aug 05, 2014 8:33 pm

Is this still a option for the site? I don't see any dates planned for it.
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Re: Pickin' Parlor

Postby Banjo Ben » Wed Aug 06, 2014 1:27 pm

Hey guys!

I talked with Mike about this the other day. I'm in the midst of buying a house (and having to rig out a new studio). This is good news because my current "Pickin' Parlor" is actually my packed basement. The new studio/parlor is an old cabin that is going to work great! When I get settled in, instituting the Pickin' Parlor is going to be one of my top priorities. I'll keep you posted, but I'm really excited about this move!
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Re: Pickin' Parlor

Postby 5stringpreacher » Sat Aug 16, 2014 11:34 am

Banjo Ben wrote:Hey guys!

I talked with Mike about this the other day. I'm in the midst of buying a house (and having to rig out a new studio). This is good news because my current "Pickin' Parlor" is actually my packed basement. The new studio/parlor is an old cabin that is going to work great! When I get settled in, instituting the Pickin' Parlor is going to be one of my top priorities. I'll keep you posted, but I'm really excited about this move!


So am I! Can't wait to take advantage of this!

Good luck with move, Ben, and congratulations on the new house.
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Re: Pickin' Parlor

Postby 5stringpreacher » Mon Sep 21, 2015 7:18 am

I have no idea how long it takes to rig up a new studio, but is there any update on this?

Not trying to be naggy, I'm just really excited about this medium of instruction!
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Re: Pickin' Parlor

Postby Harv » Sat Jan 16, 2016 1:44 am

No rush, but I'd love to be involved....

All the best!!!!
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