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banjofly - Posted - 08/09/2022:  21:02:46


I have been out of banjo playing and building for a number of years, and I have noticed that many of the parts stores that I relied on online are gone now. I need a Archtop banjo head and I can't find one. Anyone know where I can buy one? Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Charlie

Culloden - Posted - 08/09/2022:  21:23:09


Bob Smakula. He is a member here and has a great selection of banjo parts and heads.



smakula.com

beegee - Posted - 08/10/2022:  02:01:07


Archtop? Do you mean low crown?

Ridgerunner - Posted - 08/10/2022:  02:29:15


Sullivan Banjo has what you need.

Bob Smakula - Posted - 08/10/2022:  04:20:11


I have plenty of 11" low crown Remo heads in stock and in almost every film type that Remo manufactures.



Bob Smakula

smakula.com

G Edward Porgie - Posted - 08/10/2022:  08:37:42


"Arch top head" is a new one to me. Heads don't come "arched." The banjo itself determines whether the head becomes flat or arched.

Please speak to Bob Smakula. He can and will help.

Eric A - Posted - 08/10/2022:  09:04:43


According to the Stew-Mac site, archtop banjos use low crown heads.

Bart Veerman - Posted - 08/10/2022:  09:11:49


quote:

Originally posted by Eric A

According to the Stew-Mac site, archtop banjos use low crown heads.






Except Framus, they need medium crown.

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