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grandpas old banjo/mandolin

Posted by tmcguire69 on Wednesday, May 18, 2022

I got it when dad passed grandpa was born in alabama and moved to tennesse in his teens. the bajo has no name visible with a  12" neck and a 9" pot.  Went to have it looked at for repair they wanted 3000 and 2 months to do it. Does anyone have any better ideas? Also how do you post a picture on here? (not tech savvy).

1 comment on “grandpas old banjo/mandolin”

Texasbanjo Says:
Thursday, May 19, 2022 @4:52:05 AM

To post a picture, it must be on your computer/cell phone. Go to your home page, click on media and then click on add photo. Follow easy instructions for uploading a picture. After you have done this, when you post a topic or reply to a topic, you can scroll to the bottom of the page and find "attachments". Your pictures will be there. Just click on the picture(s) you want to attach. You can also preview your pictures before you finalize your post by clicking on preview first then post comment.

Forums are located on the left hand side of the page. Hover your mouse over forums, click on Browse Forums, scroll to appropriate forum and click on it. Then, in upper left hand side of page click on post new topic. Give your topic a subject, type your text, scroll down to attachments, attach appropriate pictures, preview thread and then click on post reply.

Be sure to take lots of pictures of your banjo. Headstock (front and back), neck, pot (front and back), take pictures of any problems: cracks, chips. The more pictures the easier it will be for people to help you.

You probably need to post your thread, questions and pictures in the Collector's Forum, as it sounds like you have an old banjo.

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