Posted by robin jones on Monday, November 10, 2008
Monday, November 10, 2008 @11:35:08 AM
Kershner is the way forward....good solid adjustable tailpiece that wont rattle and give years of service.
Monday, November 10, 2008 @1:06:26 PM
I had a fults 1934 parallel tailpiece on my Gibson RB100 and loved it...clear sound and strong design...have heard good things about the Kershner too...either way you go I am sure you will be pleased. Glad you got the tailpiece and head figured out...banjo...it's a learnin thang! Happy Pickin!
Tuesday, November 11, 2008 @9:50:27 AM
Hey! I've got a fults 34 on my RB-250 and I concur with Randy. Glad you got it figured out. Banjos are great things, aren't they?
Tuesday, November 11, 2008 @4:11:27 PM
The biggest mistake I ever made was selling my Sierra. The second biggest mistake I ever made was leaving the Fults Cumberland on it when I sold it! You're going to love that tailpiece! I'd love to have one for my Calico, but I've finially figures these darn Deering prestos out. Too bad yours didn't hold up to bending... dang... :(
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