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Playing Since: 1967

Pluckin Mutha has made 12 recent additions to Banjo Hangout 

Age: 71

My Instruments:
S S Stewart - "Champion", (1896).

Lyon and Healy - "Columbus" neck, built in Columbus Ohio, in 1892 to commemorate the fourth centenary of Christopher Columbus in America, on an unknown "pot"


Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Most Ol' Timey Bands, and Banjo.
Stanley Brothers. and any good ol' Grass


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Created 11/12/2007
Last Visit 7/30/2014


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Friction Tuning Pegs 

Posted 2/20/2012 7:52:08 AM

Top - Grover spring loaded peg - 1920's Middle Grover? peg - 1890's Bottom unknown peg - 1890's

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