Posted by banjowannabe on Sunday, July 13, 2008
Gold Star GF-85 Says:
Sunday, July 13, 2008 @12:55:59 PM
I don't think you can go wrong with a Gold Star for the price, and if the finish is a problem on the neck you can have it sanded down to where they call it a "speed neck", my friend had his done and I can see why it is called a speed neck, although I wouldn't have it done to my Gisbon. If you get this Banjo make sure you take it to someone who knows what their doing when setting it up, it will amke a world of difference.
Big John/Gold Star GF-85
Monday, July 14, 2008 @5:34:02 AM
I own a GF-200 and it is the best i've played! Believe me I've owned 8 banjos, from a johnson jb100 to a RK-R85-SN, (i've even played gibsons that weren't as pleasent to pick as the GF-200), and none compared to the GF-200 in sound and playability. you won't regret the purchase if you choose to do so.
Wednesday, November 19, 2008 @9:50:09 PM
Well, Brian, let me try to clear a couple of things up:
I am actually bullshitting about being 'purty good', but I did it for you. I notice that I am your only Hangout Friend, and well, wouldn't you rather have a purty good friend than a novice friend? And yes, I do have stubble on my upper peninsula, but it's only to frighten off the bears. In addition, I'll burn something to Odin that he'll send you some snow.
Takk for beskjed, og håper du har det dritt bra!
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