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How I fixed my severed head.........stock

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

I just uploaded a bunch of pictures of my reattaching of the headstock on my banjo using Hide Glue.  I followed the steps from www.frets.com to do the process and it came out well.  Now my next step is going to be throwing out all my instrument stands.  14 lb banjo + cement floor = agony 2 comments

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Playing Since: 2003
Experience Level: Expert/Professional

Interests:
[Teaching] [Jamming] [Socializing] [Helping]

Occupation: Former Banjo Player for Hong Kong Disneyland

Gender: Male
Age: 35

My Instruments:
TB-1 Gibson conversion (Arthur Hatfield radius neck & hardware, Huber HR-30 ring, 1927 rim and resonator)

OME Juniper Megatone (sold!)
ODE Style C 1980 (sold!)
Rover RB-115 (sold!)
Gold Tone OB-250+ (sold!)
Fender FB-54 (My first banjo, sold!)

Deering Golden Era (for work)
Deering Calico (for work)

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Bob Black, John Hartford, Bobby Thompson, Pete Wernick, Ben Eldridge, Mike Munford, Alan Munde

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Created 12/26/2005
Last Visit 2/20/2019

I grew up in Northeastern New York. I moved to Hong Kong at 24, I lived and worked in Hong Kong for 5 and a half years. Two of those years were spent working as a full-time banjo player for Hong Kong Disneyland in the Grizzly Gulch "Welcome Wagon Show" and as a roaming soloist. As of September 2014, I have relocated back to the USA and am currently in Upstate New York

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