Posted by skollie on Friday, March 23, 2012
some advise again please ,i see some Banjos are sringed low for easy play ,what does it mean ,is it a lower Bridge or is the neck made differen t Goldtone cc50 RP
Friday, March 23, 2012 @12:14:42 PM
First off, lower isn't always better. You can get a small amount of change by adjusting the coordanator rods,but I wouldn't go very much. Most people like the action to be between 1/8 and 3/16 at the 12 fret. the lower it gets the finer touch you have to have to avoid rattles and bussing. Claw hammer guys like it higher. You have to experament to find out what you like. Best of luck TG C
Sunday, March 25, 2012 @1:42:36 AM
lower can be easier to play, but the lower you go, the more string buzz you get.
lower can be produced with a straighter setting on your truss rod, a lower bridge, or even neck adjustments with the coordinator rods in you pot.
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