"Strum Stick "!

Discussion in 'Music Ministry' started by bruren777, Jan 29, 2006.

  1. bruren777

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    Has anyone heard of or played a Strum Stick ?

    We went to a Bluegrass concert last night, one of the muscians had a "Strum Stick" and he played some tunes on it, it was really interesting, I couldn't put my finger on it, but it sounded like an insrument I've heard before.

    I looked it up on Google, among the descriptions, it claimed it sounded like a Mandolin, so now I know what it sounded like.

    BTW, the concert was wonderful, some teens were playing instruments, they are very talented, also an 11 year old girl played 3 solos on a fiddle. Not to leave out older folk, there were some who were also very good.
     
  2. Rocko9

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    Kinds sound like a banjoe and a Ukele. I have one and they are fun and easy to play so go getcher self one they are not very expensive.
     
  3. Gayla

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    I have a Strum Stick (Not a McNally) made by a man in Florida. He sells them on E-bay. His seller name is Sweatpea50 or something like that.

    I'l go now and look it up, and come back with the right name.
     
  4. Gayla

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    The name is . .
    sweetpee50
     

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