(10% Discount Code: TIKIPARLOUR)
Banjo-maker Noel Folstad has created an in-depth online video course that covers every step you’ll need to make a professional open-back banjo. The Tiki Parlour strongly believes in supporting traditional artists and promoting education in the folk arts. We are offering a 10% Discount Code “TIKIPARLOUR” for those interested in trying Noel’s online video course.
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“By the end of this course you will have all the knowledge, tools, and tricks to successfully make your own banjo for just a small price.
The course will consist of 40+ in-depth video tutorials showing every aspect of my building process. The content will be available to you at any time, indefinitely, so you can go at your own pace.
Included with your tuition, I provide complete support via a Facebook closed group for a 12 week period. Many of the students love this hands on interaction, and it’s fun to see everyone’s progress through pictures posted.” –Noel Folstad
Reviews from students:
“I highly recommend this course. Noel Folstad has been very fast to respond to any questions, and everyone elses questions and answers are shared on the site as well. It was perfect for me , already having built several primitive banjos, but wanting to build a more professional piece that anyone would be proud to own, or play. His course is also great for the complete beginner as well, and , the price is almost unbelievable!! Check him out!!” R. McLain”The info presented by Noel is easy to follow, and invaluable. I’ve already saved a good amount of money by not making mistakes I’m sure I would approaching this process on my own.” J. Wardle”A great how-to course offering everything you need to know” —J. Glover
“Well I am not as far along as others, but in the videos so far Noel is very through. He is responsive to posts and questions! He offers his advice and is very helpful in decision making. I highly recommend this course to anyone who wants to build their own or make it a living for themselves. Keep up the great work Noel!” —D. Brinkel
“I have built some necks for existing pots in the past with mixed results.
Noel is doing a great job of explaining and demonstrating the steps in building a banjo.
I’m looking forward to learning and sharing ideas through the completion of my first complete build.” —K. Deuel