page updated 02.26.17

Banjo Supplies

 

Hatfield Music Banjo Supplies, Jack Hatfield's home, two rental houses and his Hatfield Music Barn (home to Smoky Mountain Banjo Academy) were completely destroyed by the wildfires that ravaged Sevier County, TN November 28, 2016. For the forseeable future, the only items available will be Jack's self-published books, the Mel Bay books Jack authored, banjo boards, the Jones-Hatfield banjo pickup, and a few banjos that were saved.

                         To shop for books, go to:            to browse the banjos, go to: 

If you would like to donate to help Jack recover, go to Paypal and enter Jack Hatfield's email address jack@hatfieldmusic.com as the payee. Many thanks.

                                                                                                                              RAFFLE

                                                                

 

Congratulations to Dave Proft, winner of the First Quality Professional tone ring last week.

This week we are raffling this Tony Pass hard maple block rim, part of a stock of banjo parts donated by Bill Palmer to assist Jack Hatfield in recovering from wildfires that destroyed his home and business and rental houses November 28th. The raffle tickets are $5.00 each (if, for example, you donate $20.00 you get four chances). This raffle ends midnight February 26th. Shipping charges will be pre-paid to USA addresses. Winners outside the USA implicitly agree to pay actual USPS shipping. Another raffle will start Feb 27th, one raffle per week. Items include tone rings, rims, flanges, tension hoops, and one entire banjo pot. To enter, simply donate in increments of $5.00 to Jack Hatfield's PayPal account by entering his email address jack@hatfieldmusic.com. It is not necessary to have a PayPal account to enter... simply enter your credit card info in Paypal payment window. In the PayPal "add a note" section enter the words First Quality Professional Tone Ring Raffle or your donation may not be counted as part of this raffle.The winner will be notified by email and name will be posted on the Hatfield Music website. unless he/she wants to remain anonymous.We are raffling this pre-owned First Quality Professional Tone Ring, part of a stock of banjo parts donated by Bill Palmer to assist jack Hatfield in recovering from wildfires that destroyed his home and business and rental houses November 28th. The raffle tickets are $5.00 each (if, for example, you donate $20.00 you get four chances). This raffle ends midnight February19th. Shipping charges will be pre-paid to USA addresses. Winners outside the USA implicitly agree to pay actual USPS shipping. Another raffle will start Feb 20th, one raffle per week until all items are gone. Items include tone rings, rims, flanges, tension hoops, and one entire banjo pot. To enter, simply donate in increments of $5.00 to Jack Hatfield's PayPal account by entering his email address jack@hatfieldmusic.com. It is not necessary to have a PayPal account to enter... simply enter your credit card info in Paypal payment window. In the PayPal "add a note" section enter the words First Quality Professional Tone Ring Raffle or your donation may not be counted as part of this raffle.The winner will be notified by email and name will be posted on the Hatfield Music website. unless he/she wants to remain anonymous.

Among the items destroyed were hundreds of tablatures that had not been computer typeset. If any customers have tabs they have purchased over the years please contact Jack with a list and offer to photocopy and return them. Also needed: compilations of BNL columns entitled Soloing at Slow Tempos, Chords: Their Construction and Use, any and all of the nineteen Beginner's Corner collections with CD.

Customers outside the USA: READ the posted shipping and returns policy linked to the bottom of every page. When you click on "check out" you are agreeing to these guidelines and authorizing any extra postage that must be added to the amount shown.

Hatfield Music
313 Lupine Drive
Knoxville TN 37924

Phone: 865-524-5220