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My battle plan

Monday, October 13, 2008

Boys im highly considerin buildin my own banjo, my grandpa owns a saw mill and ive worked with wood as long as i can remember so thats not a problem material wise. i thinkin a walnut fret board, store bought pegs probly just the $11 set of geared guitar pegs. the only damn thing im havin trouble with decidin is how i should make the head (without skinnin out a groundhog), hooks. and tail peice. i can buy the bridge and stuff but i want it to look rustic, have the beauty of natural wood with the fine grain and stuff so ill finish it with linseed oil but anyway like i said i want it to be home made i really would like it to be open back but that cuts down on strenth if i was to use a metal tin wash tub or somthin along that line. best i can figure is a small galvinized wash tub would be the way to go, but still again i dont want to buy a whole lot any suggestions would be appreciated greatly 2 comments

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Playing Since: 2007
Experience Level: Just Startin'

Interests:
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Occupation: Student

Gender: Male
Age: 28

My Instruments:
johnson, danville, sanannah, spencer, fender, old home made deal i dont play just a wall hanger really. All are 5 strings tuned scruggs style but Ive been tryin some clawhammer.

Favorite Bands/Musicians:
If you play clawhammer or bluegrass banjo your cool to me.

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Created 12/14/2007
Last Visit 4/21/2009

like thangs simple nothin complicated. i from east ky and very proud of my culture and the hardships my ancestors over came. Nothing like these ole hills or the music they carried with them across the hills hallers and bottom lands of the old "cantuck"

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