I built this banjo in 1982. The neck and resonator are mahogany with a natural finish and the fingerboard is rosewood. The pot has a First Quality 3-ply rim, a JLS #12 unplated 20-hole tone ring (installed in 2007) and a 2-piece flange. All metal parts except the tone ring are gold-plated. The inlay pattern is my own design and because it resembles snowflakes I named the banjo the "Snowflake Special.".
Sunday, April 22, 2007 @4:37:11 AM
Great looking banjo, Paul! I really like the inlays... very fresh and original looking, and very tasteful. Good looking all around! regards, Stanger
Monday, May 14, 2007 @12:51:23 AM
i totally concur!
Tuesday, April 8, 2008 @8:20:24 PM
Very nice Paul. I hope to see it up close at Round Hill some Friday night.
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