Pea Patch Minstrel-style Tigerwood Rhythm Bones, Narrow

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#ad - These tigerwood Bones are quite hard and dense. The tiger-like grain is typically interlocked, but sometimes straight. Solid tigerwood: tigerwood is a rare exotic heavy dense wood that delivers a solid sharp tone. Why choose these bones: living history musicians who perform at Minstrel era and Civil War gigs should choose Pea Patch Minstrel-style Bones for their historically accurate design.

Still, players clearly like the sound and solid weight. But it also makes for a rough surface. Technical specs ± 1/16": Length: 7-1/2" 19. 0 cm, width: 1" 2. 54 cm, thickness: 3/8" 095 cm ideal for small or medium Hands: Same or slightly narrower width than vintage Danforth Bones. Slim and trim: agile, relatively light in weight - easy to grip.

Pea Patch Minstrel-style Tigerwood Rhythm Bones, Narrow #ad - Historically accurate traditional minstrel design. Traditional minstrel design, exotic wood. Plain price. Pea patch minstrel style bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget.

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Pea Patch Minstrel-style Boxwood Rhythm Bones, Narrow

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#ad - Ideal for small or medium Hands: Same or slightly narrower width than vintage Danforth Bones. Slim and trim: agile, relatively light in weight - easy to grip. Historically accurate traditional minstrel design. Ideal for living history minstrel band performers. Perfect for civil War reenactors jamming around the camp fire.

Solid boxwood aka "white ebony": boxwood is a hard, close-grained and heavy exotic evergreen native to England and Turkey that delivers a strong sharp tone. Traditional minstrel design, exotic wood. Plain price. Pea patch minstrel style bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget.

Pea Patch Minstrel-style Boxwood Rhythm Bones, Narrow #ad - The design is patterned after vintage Percy Danforth minstrel style bones made by the late master woodcrafter, Ray Schairer 1922 - 2011. Despite its small size, boxwood produces extremely dense wood that is so heavy it barely floats. Now you can treat yourself to rare budget-priced rhythm bones made from exotic boxwood.

Some folks call it "white ebony. Boxwood is a knotty wood noted for a creamy yellowish tan heartwood that is indistinguishable from the sapwood.

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The Birth of the Banjo: Joel Walker Sweeney and Early Minstrelsy

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McFarland & Company #ad - The work is also indexed. A professional banjo player, sweeney introduced mainstream America to a music and musical instrument which had its roots in the transplanted black culture of the southern slave. Sweeney, virginia, an irish-american born midway between Richmond and Lynchburg, sampled African American music at a young age.

Ideal for small or medium Hands: Same or slightly narrower width than vintage Danforth Bones. Slim and trim: agile, relatively light in weight - easy to grip. Historically accurate traditional minstrel design. Ideal for living history minstrel band performers. Perfect for civil War reenactors jamming around the camp fire.

Mcfarland Company. An appendix contains a performance chronology. Correcting previous fallacies and misconceptions such as Sweeney's supposed development of the five-string banjo, the work discusses Sweeney's roots, his music and his contribution to the physical development of the instrument. Joel walker sweeney was, in essence, the Elvis Presley of the 1840s.

The Birth of the Banjo: Joel Walker Sweeney and Early Minstrelsy #ad - The only avenue available to a professional banjo player was that of traveling minstrelsy shows and it was this route which Sweeney used to bring his music to the attention of the public. Beginning with the banjo's introduction to America and Great Britain, the book examines early banjo music and covers the evolution of American minstrelsy i.

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Pea Patch Minstrel-style Ebony Rhythm Bones, Narrow

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#ad - Solid ebony: ebony was the wood of choice for Mister Bones during the minstrel era. Pea patch minstrel style bones are perfect for thrifty living-history minstrel band performers, Civil War reenactors or any bones connoisseur on a budget. Why choose these bones: if you want historically accurate minstrel style bones that are slim and trim and easy to grip, professionally handcrafted one at a time from exotic hardwood and yours at a budget price, ideal for small or medium hands, then Narrow Pea Patch Minstrel-style Ebony Bones are for you.

Living history performers who do Minstrel era and Civil War gigs should choose ebony minstrel-style bones for the historically accurate design. Ideal for small or medium Hands: Same or slightly narrower width than vintage Danforth Bones. Slim and trim: agile, relatively light in weight - easy to grip. Historically accurate traditional minstrel design.

Pea Patch Minstrel-style Ebony Rhythm Bones, Narrow #ad - It is one of the world's hardest woods. Ebony is a dense resonant wood that holds a reputation among woodcrafters as a saw buster. The design is patterned after vintage Percy Danforth minstrel style bones made by the late master woodcrafter, Ray Schairer 1922 - 2011. In 1897 you could buy a set of four 7" ebony bones for thirty-five cents from the Sears, Roebuck & Co.

Traditional minstrel design, exotic wood.

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Pair - DOBANI Ebony Bones 7-Inch

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Mid-East BONES-A #ad - Lots of fun. Hold one between the thumb and index, or between the index and middle fingers, so the flat side is between the fingers and it curves toward you. To play, shake your hand and swing your wrist. Origin Country: Pakistan. The dense hard Blackwood gives a clear tone when struck. The thickness taperes over the length from 1/16" to 1/4".

Bones. The second one is held between the middle and ring fingers with the flat side between the fingers and the convex curve facing the convex curve of the first bone. Made by Mid-East. Smooth set of blackwood bones: 7" long x 7/8" wide, with a slight curve. The bones will clap against each other in a variety of rhythms.

Pair - DOBANI Ebony Bones 7-Inch #ad - 05 lbs. This one should hang down along your inner wrist. This one is held so it does not swing freely. Ideal for small or medium Hands: Same or slightly narrower width than vintage Danforth Bones. Slim and trim: agile, relatively light in weight - easy to grip. Historically accurate traditional minstrel design.

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AAR Brand New Traditional Irish Percussion Session folk Rosewood Metal Stainless Steel Spoons

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AAR #ad - Made made from a dense, polished wood they are 2050 cm long and are perfect for groups or as a backing sound to music or vocals. Aar great quality Stainless Steel musical spoons Irish Percussion folk. They produce that sought after percussive 'clip-clop' sound. Ideal for small or medium Hands: Same or slightly narrower width than vintage Danforth Bones.

Slim and trim: agile, relatively light in weight - easy to grip. Historically accurate traditional minstrel design. Ideal for living history minstrel band performers. Perfect for civil War reenactors jamming around the camp fire. Mcfarland Company. They are ideal for playing folk music such as Irish, Scottish or Appalacian.

AAR Brand New Traditional Irish Percussion Session folk Rosewood Metal Stainless Steel Spoons #ad - Satisfaction guaranteed! 30-Day Return Policy! Aar brand new traditional irish folk Rosewood Metal Stainless Steel Spoons produce an incredible bold sound. Aar perfect for folk sessions hand crafted stainless steel percussion musical spoons. Ideal for playing folk music such as Irish, Scottish or Appalacian.

Ideal for living history minstrel band performers.

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