Tuesday, October 2, 2007 @5:38:52 PM
Are you shaping the neck for your next banjo?
Wednesday, October 3, 2007 @2:41:10 PM
Well, actually yes, now that you mention it. This is wood I milled myself several years ago that eventually became the wood I used for my block rims and necks. I had been given a bunch of nice hickory and cherry. As this photo shows, I rough cut the logs with the chain saw. Then I dried it for 3 years, then planed it to dimension. As I suspected at the time, the cherry made better necks and the hickory made better rims.
Furmans student Says:
Wednesday, December 26, 2007 @9:50:31 AM
Looks like a "farm boss" to me.......
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