Posted by myork1 on Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Another day in the banjo shop out back with Dr. Don Bryant. A banjo day I always enjoy. Got to see Don working on a Style 11 neck that he was taking great pains to get EXACTLY right. Even got to see my new conversion neck for the 1927 TB coming together and help out a bit on the fretboard work. Trying to be patient cause I know this kind of craftsmanship takes a little time...and of course there's a long line waiting for Don Bryant necks. Watching not just his finished work but how he goes about arriving at that finished work makes me even more excited about the 80 year old Gibson that's about to get a new head n' shoulders compliments of Dr. Bryant. Big Thanks Don! Keep up the great work...posted up a couple pix below.
Thursday, March 21, 2013 @12:33:49 PM
Cool, Don is very good at what he does, I bought a 30s KK10 with his neck on it and it is a hoss, has the wreath inlay, very pretty banjo. You can see it on my homepage. Thanks Don.
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