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 ARCHIVED TOPIC: Fun and unique truss rod cover


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CompanionBanjo - Posted - 09/29/2019:  14:10:17


This was probably the most unique request we have had for a custom truss rod cover. Maybe not for everyone but it fits the fun loving personality of the player perfectly.

We made it entirely of wood, maple, mahogany and ebony. With a maple backer. We love seeing what customers come up with, one of my favorite things about building!



 

Dan Drabek - Posted - 09/29/2019:  14:34:28


Fun and nicely crafted.
Not sure exactly what kind of animal it is, but I like it.

DD

Chris Meakin - Posted - 09/29/2019:  14:36:31


Looks to be a sloth; slow single string picker?



Looks great Chris!


Edited by - Chris Meakin on 09/29/2019 14:37:07

mike gregory - Posted - 09/29/2019:  14:49:36


Sloth claws  sure would be a natural replacement for finger picks.



Alvin Conder - Posted - 09/29/2019:  15:08:45


Nicely done!

Texaspaul - Posted - 09/29/2019:  19:06:26


I like it????

Meles_Meles - Posted - 09/29/2019:  19:22:22


Sloth claws are no competition for a badger's digging claws!

LouZee Picker - Posted - 09/30/2019:  05:15:50


That's is really cool Chris, Very nice! alot of detailed work. Is their anything all banjos, you can't make that player's request ? Great Job!

Brian

steve davis - Posted - 09/30/2019:  09:30:08


My TB-2 cover helped me find out about the original owner who was a Maine resident of Deering.



 

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