Well, I got out some of my old time banjo CDs to listen to Roscoe Holcomb..... After listening to a bunch of his songs, it's definitely not a Roscoe Holcomb picking style that I do. He doesn't even pick the banjo much. But as I listened to examples of old-time banjo players & pickers, I realized that it's probable that Don Pedi has been exposed to Doc Boggs, since he's a real fan of old time, and just pulled up the wrong name. That particular picking style I do is more reminiscent of Doc Boggs than anyone else I have in my collection, although I didn't set out to emulate his style. I do listen to Doc Boggs cds a lot!. If I would throw a few strums in here and there, it would sound more like Doc Boggs. Anyway, if anyone thought they were going to learn a Roscoe Holcomb style on the dulci-banjo, I guess they're outa luck, I can't do that! That particular style sounds best in an open G, DGd tuning. After what someone, maybe Tom? observed about Cicadas homing in on dulcimers playing in G, maybe we should take at least that part of the workshop inside.
BTW, if we might do some workshops, jamming outside, maybe we need to bring our own chairs or stools??