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Q: Is it possible to find banjo lessons in Shanghai?

I know it's a long shot, but still. I'm going to work in Shanghai for a long term and I was hoping, that maybe..just maybe..it is possible to find a banjo teacher. Any advice?Smile

3 years 28 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Shanghai

 
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in shanghai why dont you go to JZ school. maybe talk to laurance ku or eddie goltz. they are nice guys and should be able to give you some guidance. i bought instruments at best friend music store, it is a good store and they might have a banjo, not sure. there is a lot of junk and copy in china so if u buy there i would be careful.

 

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http://ask.metafilter.com/122957/Banjo-in-China

 

in shanghai why dont you go to JZ school. maybe talk to laurance ku or eddie goltz. they are nice guys and should be able to give you some guidance. i bought instruments at best friend music store, it is a good store and they might have a banjo, not sure. there is a lot of junk and copy in china so if u buy there i would be careful.

 

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China Banjo Lessons

 

Looking for private in-home or in-studio Banjo lessons? Our China teachers are ready to get you started. Find your teacher today!

https://takelessons.com/china-tx/banjo-lessons

 

 

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Thanks! That's very helpful)

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Well cub..........ahhh this is to easy .....not even a challenge
on a side note did you know that the actor Steve Martin is a accomplished Banjo player and has a album out with Sherrel Crowe

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So cub, are you looking for a real Chinese Deliverance experience? It nice to see you have finally embraced who you really are. I'm sure with those extra fingers you gonna make em squeel

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You can find ANYTHING in Shanghai. That's why I love this city. I don't know about banjoes specifically, but I did walk past a store that only sold ukeleles once.

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