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Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by Bob Maxey, Jun 3, 2013.
I need a new Banjo, just sayin'
Does that mean you have a banJones? Life is short, Bob, indulge yourself.
You did, however, bring to mind the line from Pink Floyd's Money: "...I think I need a Learjet."
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Lanny, is that a banJones or a banjo bannedjones? (English always was my worst subject)
Here is what I Jones for
In a black gold burst
In either McCarty burst or Frost Blue Metallic (first choice)
PRS always amazed me. Not that they are great instruments, but how they are finished. I appreciate the quality, that is fur sure.
There are a few I "jones" for. Like an electric banjo with MIDI and a couple of Marshall Double Stacks. Those neighbours must go andf i think I found a way.
Joke time - intermission:
Q: How many banjo players does it take to change a light bulb?
A: Only one, but all the others gathered around will complain that that's not the way Earl Scruggs would have done it.
Q: How can you tell the stage you're playing on is level?
A: The banjo player is drooling out of both sides of his mouth.
Q: What is the difference between a banjo and a Harley-Davidson motorcycle?
A: You can tune a Harley.
Q: What is the difference between a banjo and an Uzi submachine gun?
A: An Uzi only repeats 40 times.
Q: Why does everyone hate a banjo right off?
A: Saves time.
Q: Why is the banjo player a fiddle player's best friend?
A: Without him, the fiddle would be the most hated instrument on earth.
Seriously, anyone that does not love the banjo is not quite right. And just so you know, I WAS the 'someone in the kitchen with Dinah.'