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Steven Miles
  • Edwardsville, IL
  • United States

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Welcome to the Clubhouse! How did you hear about us?
CB Nation
Have been a customer of Teds custom pickups dating back a few years.
What instruments are you building or playing?
6 string solid body strat and tele
6-4-3 string CBG electric
Diddly sticks
Canjo's 1-2 string
Lap steel w/ custom legs

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At 12:06pm on August 11, 2020, Ted Crocker said…

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At 6:26am on April 24, 2014, Peter Hendley said…

Hullo Steven, sorry bout being late replying. Saw a pic of your "Uke" (?) on this website, looks nice. My venture into a diddly bow is limited to what was a garden stake attached to a cigar box; a guitar string in G and a peizo pickup, can do.  I learnt to play the melody for "Greasy Coat", which as it is a U.S.A. folk song I reckon you might know. I marked out where some of the notes would be on the fretless neck or fretboard. A bunch of us provides music for a local circle dance. Mostly I play flute or sometimes bohdran, so it is very nice for me to play Greasy Coat. We have a double bass, violin, guitar, box drums, one bloke who plays anything that you blow in and me. Oh, I have been inspired, or is it misled, and as am close to finishing a 3 stringer.  Jeez, too many words from me. Cheers p

At 10:46pm on March 30, 2014, bruce white said…

Steve.  Once you get the hang of beating tins, it does not take long.  Only about a 3/4 hour.I chase acoustic sound and I like the variety different tins give. My instruments are good for session play if you want to cut through the standard blend. Bruce Have a look at biscuittinbanjos.com for some sounds.  Bruce

At 7:53pm on September 29, 2013, Ted Crocker said…

Hi Steven, welcome to the Clubhouse!

The focus here is on all types of handmade instruments and music. There are lots of helpful builders and players here and lots of Groups to teach and learn. We welcome participation so don't be shy.

Have a look around, introduce yourself in My Name Is... and add yourself to the Member Map. There's an active Chat Room where you can ask questions, offer help or just talk about anything with some great folks.

Most of all Have Fun!


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