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Playing Since: 2011
Experience Level: Intermediate

hayesdt has made 20 recent additions to Fiddle Hangout 

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Occupation: Retired from Higher Educ., former commun. coll. pres.

Gender: Male
Age: 72

My Instruments:
Own and Play: Clawhammer Banjos, Fiddles, Guitars, Bass (Marimbula as well as Upright), Mandolins, Hammered Dulcimers. Jam and gig frequently -- usually well over 40-50 jams and gigs per year. I've been playing Clawhammer with seriousness since 2007, guitar since 1963, fiddle and hammered dulcimer since 2011, not so much Ham. Dulc. anymore.

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Too many to list, but all of them are Old Time fiddle and banjo players, contemporary as well as source / historically significant musicians.

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Created 12/14/2010
Last Visit 6/4/2020

Primarily interested in playing Old Time, Southern Appalachian style. Not so much Bluegrass, Celtic, Cajun, Texas Swing, New England, Cape Breton, etc., though I respect, very much appreciate, and often listen to the playing of others who enjoy playing in those genres. I prefer that Traditional Old Time Appalachian Round Peak Fiddle style, with all its drones, "scratchiness," cross tunings, and strong rhythmic bowings. Though I can play in Standard Tuning, I much prefer various Cross Tunings to achieve that Old Time Appalachian sound. Also on the Banjo Hangout with the same username.

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