Posted by ERonshausen on Friday, October 7, 2011
I got back from my cruise only to discover the peg head on my Gold Star had split. I had taken my Aria on the cruise to practice with because I didn't want to risk damage to the Gold Star! I did not realize how bad the Aria was until I had to play a gig with it. It needs a new nut & fret job, plus the "D" tuners are not holding pitch.
On a positive note (pun intended) it looks like I will be able to get the Gold Star back together this weekend.
Friday, October 7, 2011 @10:28:46 AM
See pictures of the repair under my photos.
Friday, October 7, 2011 @7:03:04 PM
What was the reason this banjo split Ed?
Saturday, October 8, 2011 @7:16:40 AM
I had the case leaning against a wall, and it fell over. I'm not sure why it split because the tuning pegs do not touch anything in the case. I assume the head was weakened from years of banging around (banjo is a 1980 model), and the shock of falling over finished the job.
Saturday, October 8, 2011 @7:31:17 AM
Thats really to bad. Glad it is fixed though.
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