Videos Sultans of Swing by David The Good September 6, 2018 written by David The Good September 6, 2018 This has nothing to do with gardening but it’s amazing. Share this post!PinterestRelated posts:Processing Coffee at HomeWhen to Harvest a Pumpkin or Winter SquashThis Agrarian LifePumpkin Progress and FailureRebar and Rain 5 comments WhatsappEmail David The Good previous post A Wild Solanaceae – Anyone Have an ID? next post Germinating Tropical Almond Seeds Related Articles A Homemade Broadfork! March 28, 2018 Video Interview with Jason and Jennifer Helvenston –... November 13, 2012 Day 2 June 5, 2018 Free Nitrogen-Fixer Seeds March 4, 2017 A Giant Mango Tree January 17, 2018 Deadly water hemlock identification vs. elderberries May 26, 2015 40,000 Views! May 25, 2013 Amazing Vertical Forest Buildings Filter Pollution February 7, 2017 A free beekeeping lesson June 9, 2015 Back in the garden November 3, 2017 5 comments WaterBoy September 6, 2018 - 12:17 pm Very nice, and different. Not an instrument I was familiar with before. Slightly related — I have been unable to ‘Like’ your posts, lately. This is across multiple different platforms on my end which I was previously able to use, so I suspect possibly a setting on your end. That so many recent articles still have 0 likes also tells me either that others are having the same issue, or they just don’t like you anymore. Reply David The Good September 6, 2018 - 6:56 pm Interesting. I’ll have to see how that works. The “like” feature came with my latest blog template. Reply Tytuvullus September 6, 2018 - 4:07 pm Well she can sure pick but as far as east asian instruments…I like something more like this: ps I’ve never noticed the “like” button. Its that heart thingamabob? Well shoot I’ll click it… hmm, no result for me either. Reply David The Good September 6, 2018 - 6:58 pm The shamisen! I love it. Looks like something I could make. Reply Tytuvullus September 7, 2018 - 12:07 am I thought you’d dig that. Shamisen is basically a 3 string Japanese banjo. Tho’ the akonting might be even easier, I think–its the kissing cousin of the banjo. Take a looksee: If you have the time/interest, that is… Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.