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CNC inlays

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Well I finally got set up and i am now set up for some inlay work! I have about 5 inlays sets drawn in and cut. I'm having a blast! If you need a custom block for your 21st fret, let me know! We can put anything on it! As long as it fits!! 1 comment


Saturday, November 17, 2012 1 comment

New Block Rim Maker In Town!

Saturday, January 7, 2012 1 comment

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Genre: Bluegrass
Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

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Playing Style: Bluegrass (Scruggs)

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Playing Since: 1980
Experience Level: Purty Good

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Occupation: Salesman

Gender: Male
Age: 57

My Instruments:
Wyatt Banjo - Gold on Walnut - Style 5 Binding on Resonator and down Neck
Wyatt Banjo - Chrome on Walnut - Finished Natural Style 4 Binding in Back
Wyatt Banjo - Chrome on Walnut - Painted Black with centric Rings in Back
Wyatt Banjo - Chrome on Mahogany - Finished dark brown

Wyatt Banjo - Nickel on Mahogany - finished in Vintage finish
Wyatt Banjo - Nickel on Maple Woodie (Beech Rim)

All carry a Hopkins Tone Ring aboard a Wyatt Rim

Gibson 1930 TB-1 #9711-13
1986 Gibson Earl Scruggs "Butterscotch" banjo #886
Gibson RB-250 1982 with a Pass Birch rim out of Kipper Stint's banjo!

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
Earl, of Course! J.D. Crowe, Terry Baucom, Ron Stewart, Sonny Osborne, Sammy Shelor, Jim Mills

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Created 6/22/2004
Last Visit 10/8/2022

Heard my first banjo in 1980 on the 4th of July in Pangburn Arkansas.. I had been playing on an old guitar about a year and was fascinated when I heard Bill Anderson from Little Rock Arkansas play! I told my Dad, "I want to learn to play one of them!" My first banjo was a $50.00 openback from an antique store, ( and yes I still have it!). My mother's Sister told my Mother "He is too stupid to learn a banjo". That was my driving force!! I had to prove that old heifer wrong! Within 3 years I was playing semi professional ans we played the 10th annual SPBGMA award in 1984! Since then I began building banjos. I build necks, and rims as of now. By next year I hope to be set up to produce my own resonators. I play with the same group for 25 years, The Arkansas Edition.

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