New Lifetime Member


#1

Hello,

My name is Pat aka (paddyboy) and I’m new to the forums. I became a “Lifetime” member the other day because I simply love BB’s site. I am having problems negotiating the forums because I don’t understand all the rules but looking forward to joining in and learning and sharing. so with that I say “Howdy do everybody and proud to be here”

pat :slight_smile:


#2

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Hello,

My name is Pat aka (paddyboy) and I’m new to the forums. I became a “Lifetime” member the other day because I simply love BB’s site. I am having problems negotiating the forums because I don’t understand all the rules but looking forward to joining in and learning and sharing. so with that I say “Howdy do everybody and proud to be here”

pat :slight_smile:/" Never Quit and you will succeed"

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#3

Welcome Pat!

If you have any questions for navigating the forums, just post and usually someone will have an answer.


#4

Hi Pat, well we’re glad to have ya! What do you play and where are you on the map? We’ve got folks here from all over.


#5

Welcome to the site Pat,

It’s a friendly and very helpful forum here at Banjo Ben’s and you made a wise decision by becoming a lifetime member. You will definitely learn and improve your playing no matter what level you’re at and make some new friends along the way.


#6

Welcome Pat. Look forward to reading your posts. We all have one thing in common and be it a banjo mandolin or guitar is the music they make . We also try and help where we can so don’t be shy there are no dumb questions it is the way we all learn . I have found it takes dedication to learn each tune . Welcome to our world . Enjoy the music


#7

Welcome aboard Pat.

No doubt Ben has one of the premier sites for leaning bluegrass.

We’ve been pretty “blah” over here in the forums for the past few years, used to have a lot more folks posting but its pretty slim here these days. With that said, help us livin’ it back up by posting some.

Where do we find you in your picking experience? Just beginning? Some experience? Decent but not good enough for your liking? Are you a more of a fiddle tune type, bluegrass, or Hippie grass type?

Pretty friendly bunch of guys around here, so don’t be intimated about starting threads, creating a jam, or bouncing ideas off of some of us.

Welcome aboard.